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Full text of "Minutes of the Annual Session of the West Chowan Baptist Association"

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2001 Annual 



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P. O. Box 215 • Ahoskie, North Carolina 27910 
Telephone: (252) 332-3235 



West Chowan Baptist Association 



>th 



118 Annual Session 



October 16, 2001 



4:00 pm 



Conway Baptist Church 

Co-hosts: Robert's Chapel, Severn 



Theme 

"Visioning, Building Our Future 



TABLE OF CONTFNTS 

Associational Directory 2000-2001 
Associational Directory 2001-2002 



Associational WMU Leadership Team 2000-2001 
Associational WMU Leadership Team 2002-2002 



1 
2 

Constitution 4 

Committee on Committees 5 ~ 13 

Proceedings 1 6 th Annual Spring Meeting 14 ' 16 

Proceedings 1 1 8 th Annual Fall Meeting 1 7 

Resolution Committee Report 1 8 ~ ' 9 

Reports 19 

Executive Promotion Committee 

Place and Preacher 20 

Membership 20 

Evangelism 20 

WMU 20 

Brotherhood/RA 2 ' 

Stewardship 2 ' 

Discipleship Training 2 * 

Missions Development 22 

Sunday School 22 

Music 22 

Deacon Consultant 23 

Family Ministries 23 

Youth 24 

Committee on Committees 24 

2000-2001 Budget 2 5 

Statement of Cash Receipts and D,sbursements Jf 27 

Contributions from Churches 28 " 30 

2001-2002 Budget 31 

Messengers 32-33 

Deceased 34 

Historical Events 35-36 

Church Directory 37 

Baptist Agencies Reports 38 ~ 56 
Biblical Recorder 

BSC Annuity Report -' 7 

Christian Action League 58 

Baptist Children's Homes of NC 59 ~ 60 

Baptist Foundation 6 1 -62 

Campbell University 63 

Baptist Hospital 64 

Baptist Retirement Homes 65 " 66 

Historical Table for Spring Sessions 67 ~ 68 

Historical Table for Fall Sessions 69 

2000-2001 Statistical Tables 70 " 71 

Congregation & Member Information l\ 

Congregation Summary 73 

Baptism Information 74 

Missions Education (WMU & Brotherhood) 11 

Sunday School Information 76 

Discipleship Trainmg Information 77 

Music Ministry Information 78 

Financial - General 79 

Financial - Missions 80 

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ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 

1010-1014 Jersey Street PO Box 215 Ahoskie, NC 27910 

Phone: 332-3235 Fax: 332- 1973 E-Mail: wcba(a>net-change.com 

Dr. Kenneth Walters, Director of Missions 
Mrs. Jo- Ann Mizelle - Secretary 

2000 - 2001 Associational Leaders 



Moderator 

Vice-Moderator 

Clerk/Treasurer 

Sunday School 

Discipleship Training 

Brotherhood 

RA Director 

Music 

Stewardship Development 

Missions Development 

Pastor/Church Relations 

Seminary Extension 

Youth 

Evangelism 

Family & CSM 

WMU 

Deacon Consultant 

Parliamentarian 



Rev. C. T. Edmondson 
Rev. Lonnie Armstrong 
Mrs. Jo- Ann Mizelle 
Rev. Tommy Tripp 
Rev. Heath Lloyd 
Rev. Wint Hale 
Mr. Tim Rose 
Mrs. Penny Davis 
Mr. David Brinkley 
Rev. Roger Kiker 
Rev. Cecil Harkey 
Rev. Henry Boschen 
Mrs. Dixie Courtright 
Rev. Darrel Davis 
Mrs. Mary Powell 
Dr. Brenda Tinkham 
Rev. Bert Kirk 
Rev. Harvey Jackson 



PO Box 530, Powellsville 27967 332-3796 

Rt 1 Box 192, Pendleton 27862 585-1769 

329 Elm Grove Rd, Colerain 27924 794-4253 

736 Bethany Church Rd, Colerain 27924 356-4550 

PO Box 444, Woodland 27897 587-3041 

814 US 158 W, Ahoskie 27910 398-3266 

122 Beechwood Rd, Ahoskie 27910 332-4527 

Rt 1 Box 169A, Pendleton 27862 585-1560 

107 Jernigan Swamp Rd, Ahoskie 279 10 332-3809 

1020 Bull Hill Rd. Windsor 27983 794-4339 

PO Box 127, Woodland 27897 587-2304 

PO Box 69, Roxobel 27872 344-7221 

529 E Woodard School Rd, Murf 27855 398-5888 

Rt 1 Box 169 A, Pendleton 27862 585-1560 

1249 Swains Mill Rd. Harrellsville 27942 356-1204 

153 Tom Browne Rd, Murfreesboro 27855 398-3210 

PO Box 357, Seaboard 27876 589-2951 

202 Belmont St., Windsor 27983 794-3858 



Representatives for Agencies 



Retirement Homes 

Baptist Colleges 

Christian Life & Public Affairs 

Church Extension 

Baptist Hospital 

Biblical Recorder 

Christian Action League 

Baptist Foundation 



Elaine Myers 
Julian Robertson 
Ruth Miller 
Joe McLean 
Ernie Evans 
Jesse Croom 
James Hester 
William Lawrence 



332-2074 
332-3758 
332-3883 
398-5841 
332-5280 
332-6120 
585-1893 
398-4230 



ASSOCIATIONAL DIRECTORY 

1010-1014 Jersey Street PO Box 215 Ahoskie, NC 27910 

Phone: 332-3235 Fax: 332- 1973 E-Mail: wcbafgjnet-change.com 

Mrs. Jo- Ann Mizelle - Secretary 

2001 - 2002 Associational Leaders 



Moderator 

Vice-Moderator 

Clerk/Treasurer 

Sunday School 

Discipleship Training 

Brotherhood 

Music 

Stewardship Development 

Missions Development 

Pastor/Church Relations 

Seminary Extension 

Youth 

Evangelism 

Family & CSM 

WMU 

Deacon Consultant 



Rev. David Ross 
Rev. Tommy Tripp 
Mrs. Jo- Ann Mizelle 
Rev. Al Jarrell 
Rev. Heath Lloyd 
Rev. Wint Hale 
Mrs. Penny Davis 
Mr. David Brinkley 
Rev. Roger Kiker 
Rev. Cecil Harkey 
Rev. Henry Boschen 
Mrs. Dixie Courtright 
Rev. Darrel Davis 
Mrs. Bessie Mitchell 
Mrs. Ruth Miller 
Rev. Bert Kirk 



2 1 64 Ashley's Grove Rd, Conway 27820 587-2093 

736 Bethany Church Rd, Colerain 27924 356-4550 

329 Elm Grove Rd, Colerain 27924 794-4253 

1208NC45N, Merry Hill 27957 356-1774 

PO Box 444, Woodland 27897 587-3041 

814 US 158 W, Ahoskie 27910 398-3266 

137 Deberry Mill Rd., Pendleton 27862 585-1560 

107 Jernigan Swamp Rd, Ahoskie 27910 332-3809 

1 020 Bull Hill Rd, Windsor 27983 794-4339 

PO Box 127, Woodland 27897 587-2304 

PO Box 69, Roxobel 27872 344-7221 

529 E Woodard School Rd, Murf 27855 398-5888 

137 Deberry Mill Rd., Pendleton 27862 585-1560 

1 1 1 E Askewville St, Windsor 27983 794-2503 

920 NC 461, Ahoskie 27910 332-3883 

PO Box 357, Seaboard 27876 589-2951 



Retirement Homes 
Baptist Colleges 
Children's Homes 
Christian Life & Public Affairs 
Church Extension 
Baptist Hospital 
Biblical Recorder 
Christian Action League 
Baptist Foundation 



Representatives for Agencies 

Elaine Myers 332-2074 

Hargus Taylor 398-4762 

Julian Robertson 332-3758 

Ruth Miller 332-3883 

Joe McLean 398-5841 

Ernie Evans 332-5280 

Jesse Croom 332-6120 

James Hester 585-1893 

William Lawrence 398-4230 



WMU Leadership Team 
2000-2001 



WMU Director: 



Secretary/Treas: 



Brenda Tinkham (Dwight) Assistant 

1 53 Tom Browne Rd WMU 

Murfreesboro, NC 27855 Director 

(Mt. Tabor) 
398-3210 (H) 332-3470 (W) 

Judy G. Pierce 
615 South Lloyd Street 
Ahoskie,NC 27910 
(First Baptist Ahoskie) 
332-4079 (H) 332-4003 (W) 



Women on Mission 


Elizabeth Walters (Ken) 


Assistant 


Rebecca Parrish (Tom) 


Consultant 


426 Holly Hill Rd. 


WOM 


309 Holly Hill Rd 




Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


Consultant 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 




(Meherrin) 




(Meherrin) 




396-0426 (H) 




398-8333 (H) 


Acteen Consultant 


Debbie Edwards (Tom) 


Assistant 


Carol Mizelle (Mike) 




714 Edgewood Drive 


Acteen 


238 New Road 




Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


Consultant 


Colerain, NC 27924 




(Meherrin) 




(Askewville) 




398-4860 (H) 398-3911 (W) 




794-3323 (H) 


GA Consultant 


Linda Knight (James) 


Assistant 






Rt 1, Box 203 


GA 






Conway, NC 27820 


Consultant 






(Conway) 








585-1169 (H) 






Mission Friends 




Assistant 


Gail Burkett (Ray) 






Mission 


850 Menola- St. John Rd 






Friends 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 






Consultant 


(St. John's) 

587-4711 (H) 587-6431 (^ 


Missions 


Jo-Ann Mizelle (John) 


Assistant 


Mary Powell (Henry) 


Involvement 


329 Elm Grove Rd 


Missions 


1249 Swains Mill Rd 


Consultant 


Colerain, NC 27924 


Involvement 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 




(Askewville) 


Consultant 


(Christian Harbor) 




332-3235 (W) 794-4253 (H) 




356-1204 





WMU Leadership 


Team 






2001-2002 






WMl) Director 


Ruth Miller (Roger) 


Assistant 


Jean Ricks 




920NCHwy461 


WMU 


12188 US 158 Hwy 


- 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Director 


Conway, NC 27820 




(Union) 




(Conway) 




332-3883 (h) 




585-0082 (h) 


Secretary/Treasurer 


Judy G. Pierce 
615 South Lloyd Street 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 
(First Baptist Ahoskie) 
332-4079 (h) 332-4003 (w) 






Women on Mission 


Wanda DeLong (Harold) 


Assistant 


Rebecca Parrish (Tom) 


Consultant 


117EModlmRd 


WOM 


309 Holly Hill Rd 




Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Consultant 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 




(Union) 




(Meherrin) 




209-9182 (h) 




398-8333 (h) 


Actccn Consultant 


Debbie Edwards (Tom) 


Assistant 


Carol Mizelle (Mike) 




714 Edgewood Drive 


Acteen 


238 New Road 




Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


Consultant 


Colerain, NC 27924 




(Meherrin) 




(Askewville) 




398-4860 (h) 398-391 1 (w) 




794-3323 (h) 


GA Consultant 


Judy Collier (Leon) 


Assistant 


Linda Knight (James) 




101 Church St 


GA 


12757 US 158 Hwy 




Lasker,NC 27845 


Consultant 


Conway, NC 27820 




(Lasker) 




(Conway) 




539-2861 (h) 




585-1 169(h) 


Mission Friends 


Gail Burkett (Ray) 


Assistant 


Joyce Bracy (Malcolm) 


Consultant 


850Menola St. John Rd. 


Mission 


302 Cherry St 




Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Friends 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 




(St. John's) 


Consultant 


(New Hope) 




587-4711 (h) 587-6431 (w) 




332-5696 (h) 


Missions 


Bettie Sue Cullipher (Charlie) 


Assistant 


Jo- Ann Mizelle (John) 


Involvement 


334 Sand Hill Rd 


Missions 


329 Elm Grove Road 


Consultant 


Colerain, NC 27924 


Involvement 


Colerain, NC 27924 




(Bethany) 


Consultant 


(Askewville) 




356-4793 (h) 




794-4253 (h) 332-3235 (w) 



CONSTITUTION 

NAME 

Article 1 This body shall be known as the West Chowan Baptist Association Inc. of North Carolina. 

MEMBERSHIP 

Article 2 It shall be composed of messengers elected by the churches connected with this body and all ordained 
ministers who are pastors of said churches, together with the officers of this Association and chairmen of all 
standing committees. Each church of 100 members and under shall be entitled to two messengers and for each 
additional 100 members an additional messenger provided that no church shall have more than 10 messengers. 

PURPOSE 

Article 3 The purpose of this Association shall be to inspire, encourage and enlist its membership in a spirit of 
brotherly love and cooperation for the promotion of the entire program of our denomination; to the end that the 
gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ might be proclaimed with greater power and effectiveness in our 
Association, our State and Nation, and unto the uttermost part of the world. 

POWERS AND PREROGATIVES 

Article 4 The Association shall have no power to infringe upon the sovereignty or rights of the churches. It is 
neither an ecclesiastical nor legislative council, nor a court of appeal. It may advise the churches and recommend 
measures of usefulness for their adoption, but cannot bind them in any way. There shall be full recognition of the 
autonomy of the local church and there shall be full recognition of the autonomy of the Association. However, in 
view of the combined wisdom, piety and intelligence of the Association, it justly claims the very highest 
consideration and regard for itself, its objects and its recommendations. 

Article 5 Any Baptist church in good standing approving the design, objects and principles of this Association, 
and holding the same doctrine and ordinances, may be admitted into fellowship upon two-thirds vote of the 
messengers. All applications shall be referred to the Membership Committee for study. Churches desiring 
membership should give notice by making application one year in advance. 

Article 6 The Association may dissolve its relation with any church that consistently refuses to support the design, 
objects and principles of the West Chowan Baptist Association. Irregularities, which are reported, shall be referred 
to the Membership Committee who will report their findings to the Fall Associational Meeting. The relationship 
may be dissolved by a two-thirds vote of the messengers one year after irregularities have been brought to the 
attention of the association. 

RIGHTS AND DUTIES 

Article 7 Every church will be requested to contribute a percentage of its gifts, or so much per resident member 
for defraying the expenses of the Association and for direction of the promotional education and missionary work of 
the Association. This percentage or amount shall be sent to the Associational Treasurer monthly by each church 
treasurer. 

Article 8 Every church will send to every annual session of the Association a letter on the form adopted by the 
Association with such additional information as it may deem fitting. 

Article 9 Any church wishing to dissolve its relationship the Association in order to transfer to another association 
may do so with a majority vote at any regular Associational meeting. 



ORGANIZATION 

Article 10 The officers of this Association shall be a Moderator, a Vice-Moderator, a Clerk, a Treasurer, a 
Parliamentarian, a Director of Sunday School, a Director of Discipleship Training, a Director of Brotherhood, a 
Director of Woman's Missionary Union, a Director of Music, a Director of Missions Development, a Director of 
Stewardship Development, a Director of Evangelism, a Director of Pastor/Church Relations, a Director of Family 
and Christian Social Ministries, a Director of Seminary Extension, a Director of Youth, a Deacon Ministry 
Consultant, and a Prayer Ministry Coordinator. They shall be elected at the Spring Session. The term of all officers 
shall commence on October 1st and continue until their successors are elected in the Spring Session and are ready to 
take office the following October 1 st. All prior year officers shall make an annual report at the Fall Associational 
meeting. 

DUTIES 

Article 1 1 It shall be the duty of the Moderator to open meetings punctually at the appointed time; to enforce the 
rules; to enforce order and to exercise all prerogatives of a presiding officer according to Robert's Rules of Order. 

Article 12 It shall be the duty of the Vice-Moderator to perform the duties of the Moderator in his/her absence. 

Article 13 It shall be the duty of the Clerk to attend and keep a full record of the meetings of the Association and 
to compile, edit and distribute to the churches the minutes and data from the church letters in an annual report. 
He/she may appoint an assistant when necessary. He/she shall be paid such honorarium and expenses as the 
Association directs. 

Article 14 It shall be the duty of the Treasurer to receive, safeguard and distribute all funds of the Association. 
Disbursements of funds shall be in accordance with the budget adopted by the Association. He/she shall make 
quarterly reports to the Executive Promotion Committee and annual reports to the Fall session. He/she may be paid 
honoraria and expenses as the Association may direct. The Stewardship Development Committee shall approve 
non-budgeted items. Treasurer shall be under bond. 

Article 1 5 The Parliamentarian shall assist the presiding officer in conducting the business of the Association 
according to Robert's Rules of Order. 

Article 1 6 The Director of Sunday School shall promote and supervise the Sunday School Program in the 
Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Committee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 17 The Director of Discipleship Training shall promote and supervise the Discipleship Training Program 
of the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Committee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 18 The Director of Brotherhood shall direct and supervise the program of Baptist Men and boys in the 
Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Committee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 19 The Director of Woman's Missionary Union shall direct and supervise the program for the women and 
girls in the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Committee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 20 The Director of Music shall promote and supervise the program of music in the Association in 
cooperation with the Executive Promotion Committee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 21 The Director of Missions Development shall promote and supervise the Missions Development 
Program for the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Committee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 22 The Director of Stewardship Development shall promote and supervise the Stewardship Development 
Program in the Association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Committee and the Director of Missions. 
It shall also be his/her duty, with the help of the committee to prepare the annual Association Budget. 



Article 23 The Director of Evangelism shall promote and supervise the development of a program of evangelism 
for the association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Committee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 24 The Director of Pastor/Church Relations shall promote and supervise the planning of events and 
programs that will lead to better Pastor/Church relations in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Committee 
and the Director of Missions. 

Article 25 The Director of Family and Christian Social Ministries Shall promote and supervise the Family and 
Christian Social Ministries program for the association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Committee and 
the Director of Missions. 

Article 26 The Director of Seminary Extension shall promote and supervise the Seminary Extension Program for 
the association in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Committee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 27 The Director of Youth shall promote and supervise the Youth Program for the association in 
cooperation with the Executive Promotion Committee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 28 The Deacon Ministry Consultant shall promote and supervise a program for Deacon Ministry training 
for the local church in cooperation with the Executive Promotion Committee and the Director of Missions. 

Article 29 The Prayer Ministry Coordinator shall be responsible for coordinating prayer conferences, prayer 
breakfasts, and similar activities within the association. 



THE EXECUTIVE PROMOTION COMMITTEE 

Article 30 The Executive Promotion Committee of the Association shall be the following: Moderator, Vice- 
Moderator, Clerk, Treasurer, Parliamentarian, Director of Woman's Missionary Union, Director of Missions, 
Director of Sunday School, Director of Stewardship Development, Director of Missions Development, Director of 
Discipleship Training, Director of Brotherhood, Director of Music, Director of Evangelism, Director of 
Pastor/Church Relations, Director of Family and Christian Social Ministries, Director of Seminary Extension, 
Director of Youth, Deacon Ministry Consultant, Prayer Ministry Coordinator, the pastor of each church in the 
Association provided he/she is a member of the church he/she represents and one lay member from each church. 

It shall be the duty of the Executive Promotion Committee to transact whatever business may require attention of 
the Association between sessions which actions shall be binding on the Association. The Executive Promotion 
Committee of the Association shall function with those duly elected members present and voting. No percentage 
quorum is required for these meetings. The Executive Promotion Committee should meet quarterly and submit a 
full report of its work to the Association together with recommendations for the promotion and extension of the 
work, including the Associational budget. 

The Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Committee will be composed of the officers of the 
Association and all program directors listed in Article 30. This council will work in close harmony with the 
Director of Missions in plans and programs. The Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Committee 
shall function with those duly elected officers present and voting at any announced meeting. No percentage quorum 
is required for these meetings. In the event that any office, constituted by any article herein, becomes vacant during 
the Associational year, said office may be filled for the interim by appointment of the Associational Council. 

Article 31 The Director of Missions whom the Association may employ, shall be under the direction of the 
Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Committee. He/she shall promote and coordinate the work of the 
Association through the organizations and programs and carry out the missionary and extension plans of the 
Associational Council. He/she shall be an ex officio member of all committees in an advisory and promotional 
capacity. 



AMENDMENTS 

Article 32 This Constitution may be altered at the Fall session of the body by a two- thirds vote of the messengers 
present and voting. However, a sixty-day notice of the proposed change shall be sent to the chairman of the 
Associational Council of the Executive Promotion Committee and such proposed amendment shall be read at two 
consecutive sessions before the action on the same. 

COMMITTEE AND THEIR DUTIES 

Article 33 The committees of the Association shall be divided into two categories. 

Section A Committees to be appointed by the Moderator elect in advance of the Fall Meeting. 

1. A Committee on Enrollment consisting of six. This committee shall recognize and register all messengers and 
others attending the Association and report to the Association when called upon. 

2. A Committee on Committees consisting of two members from each of the counties comprising the Association. 
This committee shall nominate for election by the Association all standing committees and such other committees as 
may be assigned to it. This committee should make its primary report during the first session of the Fall meeting. 
This committee shall designate the chairman of each committee. 

Section B Standing Committees which will serve through the year and which shall report at each session or as the 
need arises. All Standing Committees shall serve on a three year rotation term, unless other wise specified. 

1. A Committee on Place and Preacher consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to recommend to the 
Association where the next Spring and Fall sessions shall meet and the preacher to deliver the annual sermon and 
his/her alternate. 

2. A Committee on Resolutions consisting of three, the duty of which shall be to draw up and present to the 
Association suitable resolutions of appreciation and expressions of sentiments on any matter chosen by the 
committee or referred to the committee by the Moderator of the Association. 

3. A Committee on Order of Business consisting of six, including the Associational Music Director. The Vice- 
Moderator shall be the chairman of this committee. It shall be the duty of this committee to present a printed report 
at both Spring and Fall meetings suggesting the order of business. This report should be acted upon as soon as 
feasible after the opening of the Association. When adopted, its report shall become the order of the Association 
and cannot be changed except by majority vote of the body. 

4. A Committee on Nominations consisting of three members from each of the counties composing the 
Association. This committee at the Spring meeting shall nominate representatives of the various institutions, the 
officers of the Association, excluding the office of the Parliamentarian, and other officers that may be necessary to 
execute the program of the Association. Nominations by this committee shall not preclude nominations from the 
floor. No officer of the Association shall hold more than one office at a time. The Nominating Committee should 
constantly seek the counsel of existing Associational Officers when preparing their report. No name shall be 
submitted to the Association for election until the individual has agreed to serve if elected. 

5. A Board of Directors, the Association Council, the duty of which shall be to hold in trust any property, 
endowment, or other securities of the Association. 

6. An Ordination Council consisting of three members. It shall be the duty of this council to make itself available 
to any church who has a candidate for the Gospel Ministry. 

7. A Committee on History consisting of five members, one member elected each year for five years. This 
committee shall be responsible for compiling and maintaining a history of the Association. 

8. A Committee on Memorials consisting of three members, one from each county. This committee shall be 
responsible for suitably memorializing deceased members of the churches of the Association and other events as 
may be necessary. 



9. A Committee on Membership consisting of five members, one elected each year for five years. It shall be the 
duty of this committee to consult with churches in areas of Church- Association relationships and report the desire of 
the church as regards status in becoming member churches or in desire to withdraw fellowship. A committee from 
the church and this committee of the Association on membership shall work in all matters of harmony and good will 
among the churches. This committee functions at the request of the Associational Council of the Executive 
Promotion Committee and/or the Association meeting in the Fall. 

10. A Committee on Constitution consisting of three members. This committee shall keep the constitution up to 
date and recommend revisions in accordance with the provisions of the constitution. 

1 1 . A Committee on Media Centers consisting of three members. This committee shall be responsible for the 
development of the Associational Media Center organization and will assist the churches in their Media Center work 
when requested. 

12. A Committee on Seminary Extension consisting of three members. The committee shall plan the courses of 
study and make all arrangements for a balanced program of study. 

13. A Committee on Stewardship Development consisting of a Director and nine members, three from each of the 
counties comprising the Association. This committee shall prepare the Associational Budget, promote the 
Cooperative Program and designated offerings, promote stewardship development programs. It shall be the duty of 
this committee to audit the Treasurer's records and report to the Association. 

14. A Committee on Missions Development shall consist of a Director, a representative from WMU, Baptist Men, 
Sunday School, three at large members and the chairperson of each component program. The purpose of the 
committee shall be to lead the Association to address the mission needs in the local area, to discover the unmet 
needs, to develop strategies to meet those needs, to coordinate efforts between Sunday School, WMU and Baptist 
Men, to strengthen the existing churches and to assist in new work starts, and to recommend to the Associational 
Council mission priorities and plans. Component programs will include Senior Adult Ministries, Disaster Relief 
Ministries, Ethnic and Cooperative Ministries, with others to be added as needed. 

15. A Committee on Evangelism consisting of a Director and six members, two members from each of the counties 
composing the Association. This committee shall promote evangelism, plan and promote any special evangelistic 
rallies, such as simultaneous revivals or other evangelistic activities or meetings. 

16. A Committee on Pastor/Church Relations consisting of a Director, a pastor and a layperson from each of the 
counties composing the Association. It shall be the responsibility of the committee to hold meetings for the purpose 
of developing plans and programs that will enhance the relationships of pastors and churches. It shall be the 
responsibility of the committee to recommend to the Associational Council priorities and plans for carrying them 
out. 

17. A Committee on Family & Christian Social Ministries consisting of a director and six members, two from each 
of the counties composing the Association. It shall be the responsibility of the committee to conduct surveys to 
determine needs for strengthening the family and determine the greatest needs in Christian Social Ministries. To 
develop strategies and report to the Associational Council plans for carrying them out. 

18. A Committee on Youth consisting of a Director and three members, one from each of the counties composing 
the Association. It shall be the responsibility of the committee to plan the youth meetings or events to involve the 
youth of the Association in events and fellowship time together. To develop strategies for carrying them out and 
report to the Associational Council and Executive Promotion Committee. 

19. A Committee on Building and Grounds consisting of six people two from each county composing the 
Association. One of these will serve as chairman. It will be the duty of the committee to keep a check on the 
building and grounds to see that they are kept in a good state of repairs and recommend improvements that need to 
be made. Minor things and emergencies may be taken care of by the chairman in consultation with the Director of 
Missions. Major things must be dealt with in the committee and come as a recommendation to the Associational 
Council and Executive Promotion Committee. 



Article 34 Any regulation prior to this constitution which conflicts herewith is hereby repealed. 
Article 35 1963 Baptist Faith and Message Statement. 

I. THE SCRIPTURES 

The Holy Bible was written by men divinely inspired and is the record of God's revelation of Himself to man. It 
is a perfect treasure of divine instruction. It has God for its author, salvation for its end, and truth, without any 
mixture or error, for its matter. It reveals the principles by which God judges us; and therefore is, and will remain to 
the end of the world, the true center of Christian union, and the supreme standard by which all human conduct, 
creeds, and religious opinions should be tried. The criterion by which the Bible is to be interpreted is Jesus Christ. 

n. GOD 

There is one and only one living and true God. He is an intelligent, spiritual, and personal Being, the Creator, 
Redeemer, Preserver, and Ruler of the universe. God is infinite in holiness and all other perfections. To Him we owe 
the highest love, reverence, and obedience. The eternal God reveals Himself to us as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, 
with distinct personal attributes, but without division of nature, essence, or being. 

A. God the Father 

God as Father reigns with providential care over His universe, His creatures, and the flow of the stream of 
human history according to the purposes of His grace. He is all powerful, all loving, and all wise. God is Father in 
truth to those who become children of God through faith in Jesus Christ. He is fatherly in His attitude toward all 
men. 

B. God the Son 

Christ is the eternal Son of God. In His incarnation as Jesus Christ, he was conceived of the Holy Spirit and 
born of the Virgin Mary. Jesus perfectly revealed and did the will of God, taking upon Himself the demands and 
necessities of human nature and identifying himself completely with mankind yet without sin. He honored the divine 
law by His personal obedience, and in His death on the cross, He made provision for the redemption of men from 
sin. He was raised from the dead with a glorified body and appeared to His disciples as the person who was with 
them before His crucifixion. He ascended into heaven and is now exalted at the right hand of God where He is the 
One Mediator, partaking of the nature of God and of man, and in whose Person is effected the reconciliation 
between God and man. He will return in power and glory to judge the world and to consummate His redemptive 
mission. He now dwells in all believers as the living and ever present Lord. 

C. God the Holy Spirit 

The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of God. He inspired holy men of old to write the Scriptures. Through illumination. 
He enables men to understand truth. He exalts Christ. He convicts of sin, of righteousness and of judgment. He calls 
men to the Saviour, and effects regeneration. He cultivates Christian character, comforts believers, and bestows the 
spiritual gifts by which they serve God through His church. He seals the believer unto the day of final redemption. 
His presence in the Christian is the assurance of God to bring the believer into the fullness of the stature of Christ. 
He enlightens and empowers the believer and the church in worship, evangelism, and service. 

IH. MAN 

Man was created by the special act of God, in His own image, and is the crowning work of His creation. In the 
beginning, man was innocent of sin and was endowed by His Creator with freedom of choice. By his free choice, 
man sinned against God and brought sin into the human race. Through the temptation of Satan, man transgressed the 
command of God and fell from his original innocence; whereby his posterity inherit a nature and an environment 
inclined toward sin, and as soon as they are capable of moral action become transgressors and are under 
condemnation. Only the grace of God can bring man into His holy fellowship and enable man to fulfill the creative 
purpose of God. The sacredness of human personality is evident in that God created man in His own image, and in 
that Christ died for man; therefore, every man possesses dignity and is worthy of respect and Christian love. 



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IV. SALVATION 

Salvation involves the redemption of the whole man, and is offered freely to all who accept Jesus Christ as Lord 
and Saviour, who by His own blood obtained eternal redemption for the believer. In its broadest sense, salvation 
includes regeneration, sanctification, and glorification. 

A. Regeneration, or the new birth, is a work of God's grace whereby believers become new creatures of Christ 
Jesus. It is a change of heart wrought by the Holy Spirit through conviction of sin, to which the sinner responds in 
repentance toward God and faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. Repentance and faith are inseparable experiences of 
grace. Repentance is a genuine turning from sin toward God. Faith is the acceptance of Jesus Christ and 
commitment of the entire personality to Him as Lord and Saviour. Justification is God's gracious and full acquittal 
upon principles of His righteousness of all sinners who repent and believe in Christ. Justification brings the believer 
into a relationship bf peace and favor with God. 

B. Sanctification is the experience, beginning in regeneration, by which the believer is set apart to God's purposes, 
and is enabled to progress toward moral and spiritual perfection through the presence and power of the Holy Spirit 
dwelling in him. Growth in grace should continue throughout the regenerate person's life. 

C. Glorification is the culmination of salvation and is the final blessed and abiding state of the redeemed. 

V. GOD'S PURPOSE OF GRACE 

Election is the gracious purpose of God, according to which He regenerates, sanctifies, and glorifies sinners. It 
is consistent with the free agency of man, and comprehends all the means in connection with the end. It is glorious 
display of God's sovereign goodness, and is infinitely wise, holy, and unchangeable. It excludes boasting and 
promotes humility. 

All true believers endure to the end. Those whom God has accepted in Christ, and sanctified by His Spirit, will 
never fall away from the state of grace, but shall preserve to the end. Believers may fall into sin and through neglect 
and temptation, whereby they grieve the Spirit, impair their graces and comforts, bring reproach on the cause of 
Christ, and temporal judgments on themselves, yet they shall be kept by the power of God through faith unto 
salvation. 

VI. THE CHURCH 

A New Testament Church of the Lord Jesus Christ is a local body of baptized believers who are associated by 
covenant in the faith and fellowship of the gospel, observing the two ordinances of Christ, committed to His 
teachings, exercising the gifts, rights, and privileges invested in them by His Word, and seeking to extend the gospel 
to the ends of the earth. 

This church is an autonomous body, operating through democratic processes under the Lordship of Jesus Christ. 
In such a congregation, members are equally responsible. Its Scriptural officers are pastors and deacons. 

The New Testament speaks also of the church as the body of Christ which includes all of the redeemed of all 
the ages. 

VII. BAPTISM AND THE LORD'S SUPPER 

Christian baptism is the immersion of a believer in water in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. 
It is an act of obedience symbolizing the believer's faith in a crucified, buried, and risen Saviour, the believer's 
death to sin, the burial of the old life, and resurrection to walk in newness of life in Christ Jesus. It is a testimony to 
his faith in the final resurrection of the dead. Being a church ordinance! it is prerequisite to the privileges of church 
membership and to the Lord's Supper. 

The Lord's Supper is a symbolic act of obedience whereby members of the church, through partaking of the 
bread and the fruit of the vine, memorialize the death of the Redeemer and anticipate His second coming. 

VHI. THE LORD'S DAY 

The first day of the week is the Lord's Day. It is a Christian institution for regular observance. It commemorates 
the resurrection of Christ from the dead and should be employed in exercises of worship and spiritual devotion, both 
public and private, and by refraining from worldly amusements, and resting from secular employments, work of 
necessity and mercy only being excepted. 



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IX. THE KINGDOM 

The Kingdom of God includes both His general sovereignty over the universe and His particular kingship over 
men who willfully acknowledge Him as King. Particularly the Kingdom is the realm of salvation into which men 
enter by trustful, childlike commitment to Jesus Christ. Christians ought to pray and to labor that the Kingdom may 
come and God's will be done on earth. The full consummation of the Kingdom awaits the return of Jesus Christ and 
the end of this age. 

X. LAST THINGS 

God, in His own time and in His own way, will bring the world its appropriate end. According to His promise, 
Jesus Christ will return personally and visibly in glory to the earth; the dead will be raised; and Christ will judge all 
men in righteousness. The unrighteous will be consigned to Hell, the place of everlasting punishment. The righteous 
in their resurrected and glorified bodies will receive their reward and will dwell forever in Heaven with the Lord. 

XI. EVANGELISM AND MISSIONS 

It is the duty and privilege of every follower of Christ and of every church of the Lord Jesus Christ to endeavor 
to make disciples of all nations. The new birth of man's spirit by God's Holy Spirit means the birth of love for 
others. Missionary effort on the part of all rests thus upon a spiritual necessity of the regenerate life, and is expressly 
and repeatedly commanded in the teachings of Christ. It is the duty of every child of God to seek constantly to win 
the lost to Christ by personal effort and by all other methods in harmony with the gospel of Christ. 

XH. EDUCATION 

The cause of education in the Kingdom of Christ is to coordinate with the causes of missions and general 
benevolence, and should receive along with these, the liberal support of the churches. An adequate system of 
Christian schools is necessary to a complete spiritual program for Christ's people. 

In Christian education, there should be a proper balance between academic freedom and academic 
responsibility. Freedom in any orderly relationship of human life is always limited and never absolute. The freedom 
of a teacher in a Christian school, college, or seminary is limited by the preeminence of Jesus Christ, by the 
authoritative nature of the Scripture, and by the distinct purpose for which the school exists. 

Xin. STEWARDHIP 

God is the source of all blessings, temporal and spiritual; all that we have and are, we owe to Him. Christians 
have a spiritual debtorship to the whole world, a holy trusteeship in the gospel, and a binding stewardship in their 
possessions. They are therefore under the obligation to serve Him with their time, talents, and material possessions; 
and should recognize all these as entrusted to them to use for the glory of God and for helping others. According to 
the Scriptures, Christians should contribute of their means cheerfully, regularly, systematically, proportionately, and 
liberally for the advancement of the Redeemer's cause on earth. 

XIV. COOPERATION 

Christ's people should, as occasion requires, organize such associations and conventions as may best secure 
cooperation for the great objects of the Kingdom of God. Such organizations have no authority over one another or 
over the churches. They are voluntary and advisory bodies designed to elicit, combine, and direct the energies of our 
people in the most effective manner. Members of New Testament churches should cooperate with one another in 
carrying forward the missionary, educational, and benevolent ministries for the extension of Christ's Kingdom. 
Christian unity in the New Testament sense is spiritual harmony and voluntary cooperation for common ends by 
various groups of Christ's people. Cooperation is desirable between the various Christian denominations, when the 
end to be attained is itself justified, and when such cooperation involves no violation of conscience or compromise 
of loyalty to Christ and His Word as revealed in the New Testament. 



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XV. THE CHRISTIAN AND THE SOCIAL ORDER 

Every Christian is under obligation to seek to make the will of Christ supreme in his own life and in human 
society. Means and methods used for the improvement of society and the establishment of righteousness among men 
can be truly and permanently helpful only when they are rooted in the regeneration of the individual by the saving 
grace of God in Christ Jesus. The Christian should oppose in the spirit of Christ every form of greed, selfishness, 
and vice. He should work to provide for the orphaned, the needy, the aged, the helpless, and the sick. Every 
Christian should seek to bring industry, government, and society as a whole under the sway of the principles of 
righteousness, truth, and brotherly love. In order to promote these ends, Christians should be ready to work with all 
men of good will in any good cause, always being careful to act in the spirit of love without compromising their 
loyalty to Christ and His truth. 

XVI. PEACE AND WAR 

It is the duty of Christians to seek peace with all men on principles of righteousness. In accordance with the 
spirit and teachings of Christ, they should do all in their power to put an end to war. 

The true remedy for the war spirit is the gospel of our Lord. The supreme need of the world is the acceptance of 
His teachings in all the affairs of men and nations, and the practical application of His law of love. 

XVH. RELIGIOUS LIBERTY 

God alone is Lord of the conscience, and he has left it free from the doctrines and commandments of men which 
are contrary to His Word or not contained in it. Church and state should be separate. The state owes to every church 
protection and full freedom in the pursuit of its spiritual ends. In providing for such freedom, no ecclesiastical group 
or denomination should be favored by the state more than others. Civil government being ordained of God, it is the 
duty of Christians to render loyal obedience thereto in all things not contrary to the revealed will of God. The church 
should not resort to the civil power to carry on its work. The gospel of Christ contemplates spiritual means alone for 
the pursuit of its ends. The state has no right to impose penalties for religious opinions of any kind. The state has no 
right to impose taxes for the support of any form of religion. A free church in a free state is the Christian ideal, and 
this implies the right of free and unhindered access to God on the part of all men, and the right to form and 
propagate opinions in the sphere of religion without interference by the civil power. 



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COMMITTEE ON COMMITTEES 



2002 Blanch Bryant (Ashley's Grove) 

2003 Davis Smith (Murfreesboro) 

2004 Larry Allen, Chm (Buckhorn) 



PLACE & PREACHER 



Rt 1 Box 187, Murfreesboro 27855; 587-1281 

112 Springlake Dr, Murfreesboro 27855; 398-8461 

PO Box 67, Como 27818; 398-3976 



RESOLUTIONS 



2002 Hargus Taylor (Murfreesboro) 

2003 Mildred Parker (Rich Square) 

2004 Dennis Conner, Chm (Cashie) 



101 Springlake Drive, Murfreesboro 27855; 398-4762 

432 W Jackson St., Rich Square 27869; 539-4127 

1009 Robert St., Windsor 27983; 794-5888 



ORDER OF BUSINESS 



Tommy Tripp, Chm 

A. Music Director, Penny Davis (Galatia) 

2002 Jo- Ann Mizelle (Askewville) 

2002 Turner Draper (Creeksville) 

2003 Willie McLawhom (Conway) 

2003 Jimmy Ward (Brantley's Grove) 

2004 Tommy Kiker (Center Grove) 
2004 Ronald McSwain (Earlys) 



736 Bethany Church Rd., Colerain 27924; 794-4550 

137 Deberry Mill Rd., Pendleton 27862; 585 1560 

329 Elm Grove Rd. Colerain 27924; 794-4253 

Rt 2 Box 399, Conway 27820; 585-1704 

PO Box 563, Conway 27818; 585-1085 

124 Tayloe Dr., Ahoskie 27910; 332-8473 

826 Center Grove Rd, Ahoskie 27910; 332-2229 

PO Box 632, Ahoskie 27910; 332-2923 



NOMINATIONS 



2002 Jean Rogister, Chm.(Woodland) 
2002 Tom Lamm 

2002 Nathan Bridges (Pritchard Rd) 

2003 Alan Mizelle (Horton's) 
2003 Wanda Taylor (Conway) 

2003 Betty Joyner (First Baptist) 

2004 Talmage Barnes (Lasker) 
2004 Charles Phelps (Edgewood) 
2004 Maurice Sullivan (Harrellsville) 



Rt 1 Box 19A, Woodland 27897; 587-9791 

301 Buck Branch Rd. Ahoskie 27910; 345-1500 

108 Baker St. Windsor 27983; 794-4569 

104 Williford Ave., Windsor 27983; 794-9989 

12086 US 158 Hwy, Conway 27820: 585-1091 

242 Brinkleyville Rd., Ahoskie 27910; 332-8279 

PO Box 474, Rich Square 27869; 539-2715 

PO Box 309, Windsor 27983; 794-2862 

1 19 Apache Rd., Harrellsville 27942; 356-3860 



ORDINATION 



2002 Harvey Jackson (Republican) 

2003 Bob Rogers, Chm (Rich Square 

2004 Jesse Croom (First Baptist Ahoskie) 



202 Belmont St., Windsor, 27983; 794-3858 
PO Box 589, Rich Square, 27869; 539-2546 
601 N. Curtis St., Ahoskie, 27910; 332-6120 



HISTORY 



2002 Nettie Alice Moody (Galatia) 

2003 Pat Maddrey (Seaboard) 

2004 William Lawrence, Chm (Murfreesboro) 

2005 Spencer White (Green's Cross) 

2006 Bennie Reynolds (Sandy Run) 



Rt 1, Box 110, Seaboard 27876; 585-1391 

PO Box 272, Seaboard 27876; 589-4741 

214 Liberty St., Murfreesboro, 27855; 398-4230 

1005 Wayland Dr., Windsor, 27983; 794-41 1 1 

109 W. Church St., Roxobel, 27872; 344-7821 



MEMORIALS 



2002 Judy Collier (Lasker) 

2003 Mary Anne Croom (First Baptist Ahoskie) 

2004 Glema DeMario, Chm (Aulander) 



101 Church St. Lasker, 27845; 539-2861 

601 N Curtis St., Ahoskie, 27910; 332-6120 

PO Box 175, Aulander, 27805; 345-1674 



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MEMBERSHIP 



2002 Peggy Castelloe (Merry Hill) 

2003 Wint Hale, Chm (Mt. Tabor) 

2004 Pat Liverman (Woodland) 

2005 James Hester (Conway) 

2006 Charles Phelps (Edgewood) 



2002 Willie McLawhorn (Conway) 

2003 Tom Caulkins, Chm (Murfreesboro 

2004 Bob Spivey (Cashie) 



CONSTITUTION 



1318 US 17 N, Windsor 27983; 482-8232 

814 US 158 W, Ahoskie 27910; 398-3266 

PO Box 439, Woodland 27897; 587-3901 

PO Box 298, Conway, 27820; 585-1893 

PO Box 309, Windsor 27983; 794-2862 



PO Box 563, Conway 27820; 585-1085 

105 Holly Hill Rd Murfreesboro 27855; 398-3879 

306 Sutton Dr., Windsor 27983; 794-4092 



LIBRARIES 



2002 Kitty Mann (Roberts Chapel) 

2003 Mary Baker (First Baptist Ahoskie) 

2004 Thomas Ruffin, Chm (Holly Grove) 



PO Box 28, Pendleton 27862; 585-0106 

125 Morris Rd., Ahoskie 27910; 332-4894 

2334 US 13N, Ahoskie 27910; 332-3801 



SEMINARY EXTENSION 



Henry Boschen, Dir 

2002 Michael Bryant (Merry Hill) 

2003 David Foster (Galatia) 



PO Box 69, Roxobel 27872; 344-7221 

PO Box 68, Merry Hill 27957; 482-3876 

1197 Galatia Rd., Seaboard 27876; 585-1121 



STEWARDSHIP 



David Brinkley (Chm) 

2002 Mike Bailey (Greens Cross) 

2002 Nancy Stephenson (Mt. Carmel) 

2002 George McGee (Severn) 

2003 Thomas Perry (Lewiston) 
2003 Robert E. Brinkley (Earlys) 

2003 Pat Barr (St John's) 

2004 Mike Jones (First Baptist Ahoskie) 
2004 Sandra Vann (Conway) 

2004 Wendy White (Askewville) 



107 Jernigan Swamp Rd, Ahoskie 27910; 332-3809 

303 US 17N, Windsor 27983; 794-4566 

3178 Mt Carmel Rd, Seaboard 27876; 534-6301 

PO Box 602, Severn 27877; 585-0281 

207 Cashie St, Lewiston 27849; 348-2484 

310 Early Station Rd, Ahoskie 27910; 332-2667 

22 Morris Rd, Ahoskie 27910; 332-8071 

228 Country Club Rd, Ahoskie 27910; 209-5485 

12396 US 158 Hwy, Conway 27820; 585-1381 

448 Askewville Rd, Windsor 27983; 794-4400 



MISSIONS DEVELOPMENT 



Roger Kiker, Dir. (Ross) 

2002 Ray Burkett (St. John's) 

2003 C. T. Edmondson (Powellsville) 

2004 Laura Duncan (Galatia) 
Betsy McSwain (WMU) 
Wint Hale (BH) 

Al Jarrell (SS) 



1020 Bull Hill Rd., Windsor 27983; 794-4339 

850 Menola-St John Rd, Ahoskie 27910; 587-471 1 

PO Box 530, Powellsville 27967; 332-3796 

134 Bynum Rd., Seaboard 27876; 585-0667 

P0 Box 632, Ahoskie 27910; 332-2923 

814 US 158 W, Ahoskie 27910; 398-3266 

1208 NC 45 N, Merry Hill 27957; 356-1774 



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EVANGELISM 



Darrel Davis, Dir. 

2002 Brian Detrick (Creeksville) 

2002 Mildred Narron (Holly Grove) 

2003 Ronnie Thompson (Potter's House) 

2003 Jimmy Jarrell (Harrellsville) 

2004 Harold DeLong (Union) 
2004 Ed Thompson (Galatia) 



137 Deberry Mill Rd, Pendleton 27862; 585-1560 

598 NCHS East Road, Conway 27820; 585-3764 

216 Narron Lane, Ahoskie 27910; 794-2461 

304 Elm Grove Rd, Colerain 27924; 794-3637 

PO Box 5, Harrellsville 27942; 356-4272 

1 17 E Modlin Road, Ahoskie 27910; 209-9182 

PO Box 217, Conway 27820; 585-0836 



PASTOR/CHURCH RELATIONS 



Cecil Harkey, Dir. 

2002 Ricky Barnes (Bethel) 

2002 Bob Spivey (Cashie) 

2003 Brian Bolton (Conway) 

2003 Betsy McSwain (Earlys) 

2004 Lindsey Chamblee (Connaritsa) 
2004 Hugh Mizelle (Christian Harbor) 



PO Box 127, Woodland 27897; 587-2304 

988 Pleasant Hill Rd, Pleasant Hill 27866; 589-2472 

306 Sutton Drive, Windsor 27983; 794-4092 

601 W Main St, Conway 27820; 585-1923 

PO Box 632, Ahoskie 27910; 332-2923 

403 Francis Mill Rd, Aulander 27805; 348-2206 

PO Box 326, Harrellsville 27942; 356-4689 



FAMILY MINISTRY 



Bessie Mitchell, Dir 

2002 Dorothy Flythe (Creeksville) 

2002 Jane Newsome (Winton) 

2003 Tommy Overton (Center Grove) 

2003 Bettye Jo Murray (Union) 

2004 Barbara Perry (Pritchard Rd) 
2004 Lonnie Skinner (Ashley's Grove) 



428 Askewville St., Windsor 27983; 794-2503 

Rt 2 Box 308, Conway 27820; 585-1762 

PO Box 190 Cofield 27922; 358-7441 

606 Center Grove Rd., Ahoskie 27910; 332-4593 

315 S Curtis St, Ahoskie 27910; 332-3908 

207 Cashie St, Lewiston 27849; 348-2484 

86 Perdue Hatchery Rd, Murfreesboro 27855; 398-5134 



YOUTH 



Dixie Courtright, Dir 

2002 Bradley Phelps (Edgewood) 

2003 Jennifer Joyner (First Baptist Ahoskie) 

2004 David Hasty, Jr. (Galatia) 



529 E Woodard School Rd, Murfreesboro 27855; 398-5888 

PO Box 309, Windsor 27983; 794-2862 

706 W Church St, Ahoskie 27910; 332-5725 

1273 Doolittle Mill Rd, Conway 27820; 585-1843 



BUILDING & GROUNDS 



2002 David Lassiter (Lasker) 

2002 Elaine Myers, Chm. (Earlys) 

2003 Alvah Bradley (New Hope) 

2003 Philip Ricks (Conway) 

2004 J. D. Jones (Powellsville) 
2004 Henry Matthews (Center Grove) 



PO Box 668, Rich Square 27869; 539-2697 

512 S. Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910; 332-2074 

217 Bnnkleyville Rd, Ahoskie 27910; 332-3587 

512 NCHS East Road, Conway 27820; 585-0698 

PO Box 26, Powellsville 27967; 332-4230 

104 Church Rd, Ahoskie 27910; 332-6130 



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PROCEEDINGS 

Sixteenth Spring Meeting of the West Chowan Baptist Association 

Elm Grove Baptist Church 

April 17, 2001 

The WCBA 16 th Spring meeting was held at Elm Grove Baptist Church on April 17, 2001 at 7:00 pm. The 
theme was "Serving the Risen Lord". 

The moderator, Rev. C. T. Edmondson called the meeting to order. In the absence of a pastor at Elm 
Grove, Rev. J. N. Baggett welcomed everyone and read the scripture Matthew: 28:1 followed by a prayer. The 
congregation sang "He Lives". 

Rev. Lonnie Armstrong, vice-moderator moved for the adoption of the Order of Service. The motion 
passed. During the business period, Mrs. Jean Rogister, chairman of the Nominating committee, presented the 
names of the Key Leaders for 2001-2002. They were: 

Moderator- Rev. David Ross 

Vice Moderator - Rev. Tommy Tripp 

Clerk/Treasurer - Mrs. Jo- Ann Mizelle 

Sunday School - Rev. Bob Deacon 

Discipleship Training - Rev. Heath Lloyd 

Brotherhood - Rev. Wint Hale 

Music - Mrs. Penny Davis 

Mission Development - Rev. Roger Kiker 

Pastor/Church - Rev. Cecil Harkey 

Deacon Consultant - Rev. Bert Kirk 

Seminary Extension - Rev. Henry Boschen 

Evangelism - Rev. Darrel Davis 

Family Ministries - Mrs. Bessie Mitchell 

WMU - Mrs. Ruth Miller 

Stewardship - Mr. Robert Brinkley 

Youth - vacant 
With no nominations from the floor the moderator moved that we accept this slate of officers. The motion 
carried. As the Director of Missions, Dr. Ken Walters challenged the officers and then challenged the association to 
pull together. By doing this he said we could move forward into the future. 

The moderator recognized Rev. Tommy Kiker as the new pastor at Center Grove. The Director of 
Missions introduced Mr. Bob Mizelle who would be sharing about his work in South Africa. Bob used scripture 
from Proverbs 1 8 with the moderator leading in prayer. The congregation sang "Crown Him with Many Crowns". 
Miss Kim Dunlow shared the special music. 

Rev. Lonnie Armstrong introduced Rev. Joe McLean, interim pastor at Lasker. He also read the scripture 
from Ephesians 4: 1-16 and led in prayer. An Ensemble shared a message in song. The evening message was 
entitled "One Lord, One Body" shared by Rev. Joe McLean. The congregation sang the hymn of dedication "Christ 
the Lord is Risen Today". The enrollment committee reported 1 1 2 present and 34 churches. Rev. Mike Bailey 
closed with prayer. Many thanks go to Mrs. Karen Knowles as the pianist from Pritchard Road Baptist Church. 



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PROCEEDINGS 

One Hundredth Eighteenth WCBA Fall Meeting 

Conway Baptist Church 

Co-Host: Robert's Chapel & Severn 

October 16, 2001 

The West Chowan Fall meeting was held on Tuesday, October 16 at Conway Baptist Church at 4.00 pm. Co- 
Hosts were Robert's Chapel and Severn. Moderator, Rev. David Ross called the 1 18 th fall meeting to order. The 
congregation sang, "Guide Me, Thou Great Jehovah". Rev. Willie McLawhorn, pastor of Conway welcomed 
everyone and led in prayer. The "HUGS" group (Hands Under God's Service) presented the theme interpretation 
from Galatia Church. 

The vice-moderator Rev. Tommy Tripp made a motion to adopt the printed copy of the Order of Service. The 
motion carried. The moderator recognized new pastors that included Rev. Dennis Conner, Cashie; Rev. Paul 
LaPrevotte, Elm Grove; and Rev. David Rimel, Sandy Run. Visitors recognized were Burke Holland, Baptist 
Retirement Homes, Brenda Gray, NC Baptist Children's Homes, Tom Hall, Chowan College and Tom Jenkins, 
BSC. Enrollment committee was Alice Vann, Robert's Chapel; Betty Moore, Robert's Chapel; Bobby Taylor, 
Conway; Linwood Coggins, Conway; Terry Smoak, Severn. 

Reports 

The clerk, Jo- Ann Mizelle shared several things about the past year including that WCBA adopted a Policy and 
Procedure Manual along with job descriptions. The financial report was presented. The treasurer moved that the 
report be adopted as printed. Motion carried. Jo- Ann reported about the Toy Store on December 8 and we now have 
1 17 families with 232 children. 

Rev. Wint Hale shared about the Disaster Relief Trailer parked on the lot for all to see. It has been completed 
with only labeling needed for it to be ready to go on the road. Many thanks goes to Ray Burkett of St. John's, Pete 
Jernigan from Lewiston and for all the remolding work goes to Mr. Henry Blowe of St. John's. He also shared we 
needed a RA Director. 

Rev. Tommy Tripp, Sunday School Director gave a word of thanks to those who served on the associational 
team and a short challenge for all to work together. 

Rev. Heath Lloyd, Discipleship Training asked the congregation why is your church in existence? Is it in 
existence to make disciples? Is it to carry out the Great Commission of Jesus Christ? Are we making disciples? If 
not, why not? If so, please share it! 

Mrs. Penny Davis, Music Director shared about the success of Music Day Camp entitled "Promise U". She gave 
Darrel's report on evangelism. She said he was willing to go to the individual church and train the congregation in 
evangelism. 

Mr. David Brinkley, Stewardship Development Director presented the 2001-2002 budget. He moved that the 
report be adopted as printed. With no questions or discussion the motion carried. 

Rev Roger Kiker, Missions Development Director reported that the On Mission Celebration was a success with 
37 churches participating. 

Rev. Bert Kirk, Deacon Consultant reported on the two scheduled workshops. They were well attended. 

Mr. Thomas Ruffin presented the Place & Preacher report. He moved that this report be approved. Motion 
carried. 

Rev. Willie McLawhorn presented the Committee on Committee names. He thanked his committee who were 
Terry Britton, Sally Ann Barber, Margaret Davidson, Lindsey Chamblee, and Carolyn Brinkley. He moved that the 
report be approved as printed. Motion carried. 

Rev. Wint Hale gave the Membership Committee report. He and his committee had been meeting with Pritchard 
Road Church since their application in February 2000. Bringing a recommendation before this body the committee 
recommended to accept Pritchard Road Baptist Church into WCBA. With ballot votes marked and passed in they 
would be counted and the results reported at the business of the evening session. 

Rev. Tom Caulkins read the proposed changes of the constitution. Moderator David Ross recognized Rev. C. T. 
Edmondson with a certificate of appreciation for faithful service as past moderator. Mrs. Pam Cox had the special 
music. 

Dr. Tom Jenkins shared about the visioning process for WCBA. Mrs. Brenda Gray shared about Baptist 
Children's Homes and about the possibility of a new Baptist Children Home in Chowan Association or if someone 
has land in our association they would like to donate, it could possibly be in our association. 



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The congregation sang "Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead Us". Rev. Terry Smoak read the scripture Isaiah 6:1-8 
and led in prayer. 

Rev. James Hester brought the annual message "Learn from the Past, Look to the Future." Rev. Jack Byrd led in 
the blessing for the meal. 

Between supper and the evening session, Mrs. Pam Cox and Mrs. Wanda Taylor presented a hand bells musical 
interlude. 

Rev. Harold DeLong began the evening with John 4:34 and leading in a prayer and song. The congregation 
sang, "Shine, Jesus, Shine". 

Mrs. Mary Anne Croom shared a short poem during the memorial time and asked us to remember those whose 
names were in the report, New York, Philadelphia and Washington and our country. She led in prayer. 

Dr. Hargus Taylor presented the Resolution Committee report and moved that we accept the report as read. 
Motion carried. 

Mr. Bobby Taylor shared the enrollment report in saying there were 88 messengers 32 pastors, 5 alternates and 
48 visitors making a total of 1 73 attend the meeting. 

Rev. Tom Caulkins read the constitutional changes again and moved for the adoption of this report as printed. 
During the discussion time Rev. Roger Kiker made a motion to amend the wording of the proposed change to the 
Policy and Procedure Manual relating to the appointment of the parliamentarian by replacing the word "appointed" 
with the word "nominated" Rev. Henry Boschen seconded the amendment. The moderator called for a voice vote, 
but was unable to determine the outcome. He then asked for a show of hands. The amendment carried. The time had 
elapsed for the present motion so a motion was made by Rev. David Rimel to add 5 minutes to the time for 
discussion. There was a second from Rev. C. T. Edmondson. The time was extended. At the conclusion of the 
discussion the motion was adopted as amended 

Rev. Wint Hale membership committee chairman reported there were 106 messengers voting (99 yes and 7 no) 
to accept Pritchard Road Baptist Church into the association. The moderator welcomed the incoming church to our 
association. The congregation sang, "People Need the Lord". 

During the Special mission emphasis, Rev. Billy Sellers shared about his mission trip to Ukraine; Mrs. Penny 
Davis shared about her and Darrel's trip to the Philippines and Rev. C. T. Edmondson shared about the 2002 Youth 
Mission that is preparing to do mission work next summer. During the prayer time we were asked to remember the 
churches seeking a pastor: Bethlehem, Capehart, Creech Memorial, Holly Grove, Holly Springs, Jackson, Kelford, 
Lewiston, Mars Hill, Mt. Carmel, Potecasi, Pleasant Grove, Robert's Chapel, St. John's, Wakelon; the DOM Search 
Committee; the Visioning Team; our country and Mr. David Brinkley. Rev. David Ross led in prayer for these 
needs. 

Special music presented by Mrs. Twyla Duke from Conway. The evening speaker was Rev. Talmage Williams 
who did a slide presentation on the Alaska Partnership and shared some of the work that is going on with the 
volunteers. The congregation sang, "Lord, Here Am". Rev. Lonnie Armstrong closed the 1 1 8th Annual meeting 
with prayer. 

Report Of Resolutions Committee 

Whereas, We, the Messengers to the one hundred eighteenth annual Fall session of the West Chowan Baptist Association, 

convened by prior appointment with Conway Baptist Church, have been informed and instructed through the reports from 

the several committees, institutions, and agencies which have claimed our attention; and 
Whereas, Our minds have been inspired and our souls uplifted through the messages in Word and song with which our speakers 

and other worship leaders have challenged us to renewed commitment towards fulfilling our tasks in mission and ministry, 

at home and abroad; and 
Whereas, Our bodies have been nurtured and our spirits refreshed through the provision and service of a delicious meal at the 
hands of our host churches, and the occasion for delightful fellowship around the dinner tables; 
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the messengers here assembled this sixteenth day of October, two thousand and one: 

1 . That we express our gratitude to all those who have made this session a very meaningful one, with especial note taken of the 

contributions of Mrs. Brenda Gray, Dr. Thomas Jenkins, the Reverend James Hester, and the Reverend Talmadge Williams. 

2. That we acknowledge our appreciation to our host, Conway Baptist Church, and our co-hosts, Robert's Chapel and Severn 

Baptist churches, for their gracious hospitality in ably entertaining us throughout this session. 

3. That, in parting, we pledge ourselves throughout the year ahead to that renewal of vision and commitment with which we have 

been challenged, and to which we have been called by our Master and Lord 

Respectfully submitted, Resolutions Committee 

Daphne Askew (Chm.), Mildred Parker, R Hargus Taylor 



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Executive Promotion Committee Report 
Jo-Ann MizeUe, Clerk 

The Executive Promotion Committee met 4 times during the year and had one called meeting. Highlights for 
the year included: 

1 . Purchased two computers 

2. A Policy and Procedures Manual for the entire association along with Key Leader Job Descriptions was 
presented at the January Executive Promotion Committee meeting. A called meeting was held February 
26, 2001 to discuss the contents of the manual. With 35 present, the motion passed to adopt the printed 
Policy and Procedure Manual for the WCBA. 

3. The On Mission Celebration was held March 11-14, 2001' with 37 churches participating. At the end of 
the week each missionary was sent $400 as an honorarium. 

4. Long Range Strategy planning process begun with the election of 15 people (5 from each county). This 
projection would be for the next 1 5 years. The Baptist State Convention and the WCBA would work 
together on this. 

5. Voted to have a second Associational Youth Mission Team for the 2002 year headed up by Rev. C T. 
Edmondson. 

6. Adopted the budget of $110,983 for 2001-2002. 

7. Voted to have an Associational Prayer Coordinator added to the Associational Council. 

8. Dr. Ken Walters, DOM resigned his position at the Pastor's Conference in June 2001 effective August 1. 

9. Voted to send a resolution against Gambling (Lottery) to our state representatives and the Governor of NC 

Place & Preacher Committee Report 
Mr. Thomas Ruffin, Chairman 

Spring Meeting Fall Meeting 

April 23, 2002 October 22, 2002 

Rich Square Baptist Church Powellsville Baptist Church 

Preacher - Rev. J. N. Baggett Preacher - Rev. Bob Rogers 

Alternate - Cecil Harkey Alternate - Dr. Jesse Croom 

Membership Report 
Rev. Wint Hale, Chairman 

Pritchard Road Baptist Church gave to the Director of Missions a formal letter of application for 
membership into the West Chowan Baptist Association on February 29, 2000. The membership committee has been 
meeting with the church since this time and we recommend Pritchard Road Baptist Church be accepted into the 
West Chowan Baptist Association. Serving on the committee were: Dr. Ken Walters, ex-officio; Rev. Wint Hale, 
chairman; Mr. Charles Edwards, Mrs. Patsy Bryant; Mrs. Peggy Castelloe, Mrs. Pat Liverman and Rev. James 
Hester. 

Evangelism Report 
Rev. R. Darrel Davis, Director 

This past year as evangelism director, I worked with the Baptist Men during their outreach breakfast to the 
carnival workers at the Atlantic District Fair. We saw several decisions during this event. Also, I led a workshop 
entitled Effective Evangelistic Preaching for our pastors. The response to this workshop was very encouraging. I 
served as a counselor for the Toy Store and rejoice in the fact that several decisions were made. 

Our Evangelism Council met and began talking about implementing an evangelism strategy for our 
association. Currently, I am preparing a survey to be sent to all WCBA pastors to aid in this project. We also 
discussed the possibility of an association-wide simultaneous revival effort in the fall of 2002. Our survey work will 
help determine the viability of this outreach. 



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WMU Report 
Brenda S. Tinkham, Director 

During the past year we have been truly blessed as many of our ladies have responded to God's call to be 
WMU leaders in the West Chowan Association. At our Annual Meeting at Askewville on April 3, 2001, all of our 
leadership positions were filled. This was due to the many hours of prayerful work by the Nominating Committee, 
which was so ably led by JoAnn Mizelle. 

Nine members of the Leadership Team attended the State WMU Leadership Training at Caraway on June 
22 and 23 and one member attended the training in Greenville on June 2. This year the theme "Beyond Belief!" was 
continued, in order to give two years to the emphasis. 

WMU Leadership Training was held at Jackson on August 7 and at Mt. Tabor on August 13 th . 93 leaders 
were in attendance at both sessions. WMU Leaders in the churches were pleased to learn about the training materials 
that are readily available. Associational WMU age level leaders are also eager to meet and train their respective age 
groups in local churches as they are invited. 

We continue to serve and give as an Associational WMU through our four Missions Involvement projects. For the 
Odom Prison Project we collected money and made 530 bags for distribution. Included in the bags was a toothbrush, 
toothpaste, and deodorant, a Christian witnessing tract, a Christmas card and candy. 930 Care Bags for Chowan 
College students were prepared next. The Kennedy Baptist Children's Homes were supported by gifts of cottage 
items, kitchen supplies, because several of their cottages were flooded during Hurricane Floyd. Kennedy Home 
students also benefited from gifts of personal care items and school supplies. Personal care items, which were 
particular to Hospice patients, were collected and a monetary gift of $515.00 was also included. We continue to 
support two missionary couples along with a single missionary from our Association and we gave two $600 
scholarships to high school seniors in our Association who are active in their local churches and who will attend 
Baptist schools. 

Mrs. Mary Powell taught the International Missions study on November 12 at Mars Hill, November 19 at 
St. John's and November 20 at Potecasi. Mrs. Mary Powell taught the North American Missions Study at Holly 
Grove on February 18 and at Winton on February 25. Mrs. Elizabeth Walters taught the study at Elam on February 
19. 

I feel certain that the West Chowan Associational WMU Leadership Team is on the threshold of making a 
great impact for missions in our three county areas. Thank you for the opportunity to have served as your WMU 
Director for the past three years. I have learned much more than I ever thought possible. Continue to pray and work 
for missions in your local churches as we support the new Leadership Team! 

Brotherhood/R.A. Report 
Rev. Wint Hale, Jr., Director 

This year the Brotherhood fed the fair workers and gave Bibles to all workers. We had several decisions. 
The R.A.'s had a Gutter boat race and a field day at Hertford County High School. The small car race was a big 
event. We also had Hot dogs, chips and drinks for supper. In August we lost our R.A. Director. Tim Rose did a 
great job with the program and will be missed. Thank you for your support of Baptist men and Ra's. 

Stewardship Development Report 
David Brinkley, Jr., Director 

The Stewardship Development Committee expresses appreciation to each church for their support of the 
mission/ministries in the West Chowan Association for the 2000-2001 year. The Committee met on June 19, 2001 
to prepare a proposed budget for 2001-2002. Our associational leaders and directors expressed yearly financial 
needs, and in turn, the Stewardship Development Committee prepared a proposed budget that was presented to the 
Association Council on June 25 th . The approved proposed budget of $110,983.00 was then recommended to the 
Executive Promotion Committee on July 16 th and was adopted for the 2001-2002 year. 

Our mission as an association could not be fulfilled if it were not for the support of all churches in our 
association. For this, we are very fortunate. Grateful appreciation is expressed for all the hard work and dedication 
of our Stewardship Development Committee of 2000-2001. Please keep this Committee in your prayers as they 
strive to lead us into our new year. 



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Discipleship Training Report 
Rev. Heath Lloyd, Woodland 

We were busy in discipleship this past year. The beginning of the year saw us getting ready for the 
Celebrate Jesus 2000 Crusade. Of course, discipleship played a role in the "Preservation" aspect of the crusade. 
Personal workers were trained and were prepared each night of the crusade to lead folks to Christ, to pray with 
and/or counsel with folks coming to make decisions. Materials were purchased from the Discipleship budget, and 
churches donated some. Some of this material for new believers is still available at the West Chowan office. 

After the Crusade, in November, we held a Discipleship Strategy Session open to all pastors and church 
members interested in making disciples in our local churches. We discussed what was working, and what looked 
promising in our churches. More of these strategy sessions will be held in the future. 

In the spring of this year West Chowan Churches had children and young people participating in the 
association-wide Bible drill and speakers tournament held at Aulander Church on March 25. These young people did 
a tremendous job, as always. Many went on from our drill and competed at the state level. If you are interested in 
learning more about Bible drill and perhaps getting this started at your church, please let me know and we will 
connect you with the right folks. 

If ever I, or the association, can be of any help in matters of discipleship, please call on us — we are here to 
assist you in carrying out our Lord's Great Commission to "Go and make disciples..." 

Missions Development Report 
Rev. Roger Kiker, Director 

We have continued our relief efforts to Hurricane Floyd victims in our association this past year. Little did 
we know how much time would be involved in this mission endeavor. We now can see the light at the end of the 
tunnel in this mission effort. 

Our On Mission Celebration was a great success. We had thirty-seven (37) churches involved this year. It 
was a blessing meeting the missionaries and heanng about the work that they are doing around the world. We are 
currently working on another mission trip for our youth in the coming year. C.T. Edmondson will be leading this 
mission trip. 

I would like to say thank you to the mission development team and the leadership we were fortunate to 
have from our Director of Missions, Ken Walters. 

Sunday School Report 
Rev. Tommy Tripp, Director 

The Sunday School team was trained at the fall Sunday School training at Caraway on September 15-16, 
2000; we were privileged to host an association-wide Sunday School Director/Pastor Dialogue on Sept 21 with 
Robert Stewart from the Baptist State Convention leading the meeting. Unfortunately, only five (5) of our churches 
sent representatives to the meeting. Your Sunday School team held a training clinic at Powellsville on September 
25, 2000. Approximately 40 persons were in attendance with 15 of our churches sending representatives. 

More than 50 persons attended the regional Sunday School meeting at Riverside on March 27, 200 1 . State 
workers from the Baptist State Convention led the conferences. Unfortunately, the association did not host a VBS 
clinic because the state did not provide training for associational workers. 

A special word of thanks goes to each of our associational specialists: Willie McLawhom (Adults); Bob 
Deacon (Youth); Thelma Hughes (Children) and Jane Deacon (Preschool). Also, a word of thanks and 
encouragement is extended to each of our churches as we continue to share and teach God's Word to those in our 
communities. 

A challenging word to end with is to find some way to lead some more than 1 0,000 of our church members 
into a weekly Bible Study. What an evangelistic field! 



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Music Report 
Penny Davis, Director. 

The music ministry of the WCBA began the year with the associational choir that was formed for the 
Celebrate Jesus 2000 Crusade singing for the fall meeting. They sang selections from "Experiencing God, the 
musical." A 30-minute concert was given before the opening of the evening session. 

The Associational Summer Music Day Camp was held July 16-20,2001. New Hope Baptist Church in 
Ahoskie hosted this year's camp. They were very gracious in opening their church to 80 children and youth! Several 
ladies from the church served refreshments each day. During each day's camp session, groups were lead in Bible 
Study, Music Classes, Crafts and Choreography. Teachers for the week were Karen Knowles from Pritchard Road, 
Jill LaPrevotte from Elm Grove, Amy Bryant from Merry Hill, Luann Kirk from Seaboard, Laurie Smoak from 
Severn, Veanna Cook from Elam and Penny Davis from Galatia. Several youth served as helpers and chaperones for 
the week. 

The students gave an offering throughout the week to support a mission's project. Darrel and Penny Davis 
had just returned from the Philippines and knew of a need for a church building on Canlandong Mountain for Bible 
Baptist Mission Church. The church was being held in a bamboo framework hut with 2 walls. Throughout the week, 
the children gave over $635 for this project. We are thankful to report that the money has been sent to the pastor of 
the church and work has been started on a cinder block building and parsonage as of the last week in August 2000. 
Pastor Gaudencio Embao of Bible Baptist Church and Pastor Larry Antonio of Bible Baptist Mission Church send 
their thanks and prayers for God's blessings on all those that gave to help them in this need. 

Throughout the week, the campers learned the musical "Promise U." This was set on the campus of 
Promise University with the students having a "Cram -n- Jam" to prepare for their final exams. Their study material 
was the promises of God made to His famous followers. We studied the lives of followers like Paul, Martin Luther, 
Pocahontas, John and Charles Wesley, Harriet Tubman, Gladys Aylward and Dr. Billy Graham and the precious 
promises that God made to each of them and to us. The message of salvation through Jesus Christ, the greatest 
promise of all, was consistently taught throughout the music and Bible Study time. 

The last day of camp and the performance of "Promise U." were held on the campus of Chowan College. 
Pastors Terry Smoak from Severn and Tommy Kiker from Center Grove as well as Evangelist Darrel Davis from 
Galatia stepped in at the last minute to play parts in the musical. I always knew these guys were characters, but now 
they've really proven it. The entire week's camp was a great success and we look forward to next year's camp and 
what God has in store for us then. 

The Anna Belle Crouch Music Library is housed in the conference room of the WCBA office building and 
is available to any church. There is a good collection of anthems, musicals and cantatas available for checkout. New 
music will be added periodically and requests may be made to the Associational Music Director of specific titles you 
would like to see included in the library. 

Deacon Consultant Report 
Rev. Bert Kirk, Director 

This past year in the West Chowan Baptist Association, we conducted two Deacon training workshops. 
The first workshop was held in January 2001 and was led by Rev. Alan MacAlister of Central Baptist Church in 
Henderson, NC. This workshop was for pastors only and was designed to motivate them to implement a strong 
deacon ministry within their churches. Rev. MacAlister and a deacon from his church shared how the deacon 
ministry in their church was organized. All 15 pastors from our association who attended this training were 
impresses by the level of commitment that this church required of its deacons. 

The second workshop was held in September 2001 and was led by Rev. Bert Kirk of Seaboard Baptist 
Church in Seaboard, NC. This workshop was open to all deacons and pastors within the WCBA, and it was entitled 
"Deacons Transforming Their Churches Through High Expectations." Deacons and pastors were encouraged to 
live up to the high expectations and demands that Jesus placed upon all of His disciples. Those present were 
encouraged to look at their church's covenant to see that high expectations are already incorporated into the 
structure of their church. By incorporating high expectations into the life of their church and then living up to them, 
deacons will be strengthened in their goal of making a stronger, healthier church. 



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Family and Christian Social Ministry Report 
Mary Powell, Director 

Our committee met many material needs during the year and encouraged church attendance. When 
possible, requests for help were referred to a local church. If this was not possible, money from the budget was used 
to meet a need. Money is never given to an individual but is given to the phone company, etc. Requests are 
investigated to make sure there is a legitimate need. 
Requests we had this year included: 

1 . A request from a resident in Gates County. Chowan Association was notified and the need was met through a 
local church. 

2. When a house burned, residents were in need of clothing. They were referred to a local church. 

3. There were three requests for help with light bills. 

4. In mid-winter a construction worker asked for help with car insurance. 

5. A lady living in a trailer park with bad sewage problems was referred to First Baptist Church, Murfreesboro. 

6. In August a father asked for clothes and school supplies for his three children to start school. Menola Baptist 
Church helped provide clothing - rest came from budget. Christian Harbor WMU provided the school supplies. 
Thanks to these two churches and all of the churches that helped meet material needs. 

A senior adult spring fling was held at Union Baptist Church in May. The children and youth groups from Elm 
Grove entertained the seniors. Another senior adult activity is planned for September 15 at Meherrin Baptist 
Church. It will be a "Back to School" event. 

Youth Report 
Dixie Courtright, Director 

The WCBA Youth enjoyed two events during the 2000-2001 year. An Associational Youth Lock-In was 
held at the Helms Center at Chowan College on January 5 th . Music and basketball dominated the entire night. A 
"Back To School Youth Rally" was held on August 10 at Chowan College, Turner Auditorium. "SonStruck" 
provided the music and ministry for this event. Rev. Daniel Burns with Campus Ministries was instrumental in 
coordinating this event. 



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Committee on Committees Report 
Rev. Willie McLawhorn, Chairman 



Place & Preacher 

2004 Larry Allen,chr. (Buckhom) 

Resolutions 

2004 Dennis Conner, chr. (Cashie) 

Order Of Business 

2003 Willie McLawhom (Conway) 

2004 Tommy Kiker (Center Grove) 
2004 Ronald McSwain (Earlys) 
Nominations 

2004 Talmadge Barnes (Lasker) 

2004 Charles Phelps (Edgewood) 

2004 Maurice Sullivan (Harrellsville) 

Ordination 

2002 Harvey Jackson (Republican) 

2004 Jesse Croom (Ahoskie First) 

History 

2006 Bennie Reynolds (Sandy Run) 

Memorials 

2004 Glema DeMario, chr. (Aulander) 

Membership 

2004 Charles Phelps (Edgewood) 

Constitution 

2002 Willie McLawhorn (Conway) 
2004 Bob Spivey (Cashie) 
Libraries 

2004 Thomas Ruffin, chr. (Holly Grove) 
Seminary Extension 

2003 David Foster (Galatia) 
Stewardship 

2003 Pat Barr (St. John's) 

2004 Mike Jones (Ahoskie First) 
2004 Sandra Vann (Conway) 
2004 Wendy White (Askewville) 
Missions Development 

2004 Laura Duncan (Galatia) 

Evangelism 

2002 Mildred Narron (Holly Grove) 

2004 Harold Delong (Union) 

2004 Ed Thomason (Galatia) 

Pastor/Church Relations 

2004 Lindsey Chamblee (Connaritsa) 

2004 Hugh Mizelle (Christian Harbor) 

Family Ministries 

2002 Jane Newsome (Winton) 

2004 Barbara Perry (Pritchard Rd.) 

2004 Lonnie Skinner (Ashley's Grove) 

Youth 

2004 David Hasty, Jr. (Galatia) 

Building & Grounds 

2004 ID. Jones (Powellsville) 

2004 Henry Matthews (Center Grove) 



PO Box 67, Como 27818 398-3976 

1009 Robert St., Windsor 27983 794-5888 

PO Box 563, Conway 27820 585-1085 

826 Center Grove Rd., Ahoskie 27910 332-2229 

PO Box 632, Ahoskie 27910 332-2923 

PO Box 474, Rich Square 27869 539-2715 

PO Box 309, Windsor 27983 794-2862 

1 19 Apache Rd., Harrellsville 27942 356-3860 

202 Belmont St. Windsor 27983 794-3858 

601 N Curtis St., Ahoskie 27910 332-6120 

109 W Church St., Roxobel 27872 344-7821 

PO Box 175, Aulander 27805 345-1674 

PO Box 309, Windsor 27983 794-2862 

PO Box 563, Conway 27820 585-1085 

306 Sutton Dr., Windsor 27983 794-4092 

2334 US 13N, Ahoskie 27910 332-3801 

1 197 Galatia Rd., Seaboard 27876 585-1 121 

22 Morris Rd., Ahoskie 27910 332-8071 

228 Country Club Rd., Ahoskie 27910 209-5485 

12396 US 158 Hwy., Conway 27820 585-1381 

448 Askewville Rd. Windsor 27983 794-4400 

134 Bynum Rd. Seaboard 27876 585-0667 

216 Narron Ln., Ahoskie 27910 794-2461 

1 1 7 E Modlin Rd, Ahoskie 279 1 209-9 1 82 

PO Box 2 1 7, Conway 27820 585-0836 

403 Francis Mill Rd., Aulander 27805 348-2206 

PO Box 326, Harrellsville 27942 356-4689 

PO Box 190, Cofield 27922 358-7441 

207 Cashie St., Lewiston 27849 348-2484 

586 Perdue Hatchery Rd., Murfreesboro 398-5134 

1273 Doolittle Mill Rd., Conway 27820 585-1843 

PO Box 26, Powellsville 27967 332-4230 

631 Sheriff Garrett Rd. Ahoskie 27910 345-6756 



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West Chowan Baptist Association 
2000-2001 Budget 

MISSlQNMmiSTRlES 

1 ■ Mission Development 

2- On Mission Celebration 2 ,000 

3- Seminary Extension. Odom Prison 3 ' 000 
4. Family & Christian Social Ministries 700 
5 ■ Annuitant (support of four) 1 - °0 

2,900 

Sub Total 9,600 

CHURCHJDEVELOPMENT 

6. Bible Teaching-Reaching 

7- Discipleship Training 900 

8- Brotherhood 500 

9. RA 625 

10. Music 625 

11. Youth 1,200 

12. Evangelism 1,000 

13. Media 2.500 

14. Key Leadership Training 600 

15. Pastor/Church Relations 250 

16. WMU 500 

1 7. Deacon Consultant 300 

600 

Sub Total 9,600 

EELL^WSJJJPJVJINISTRIES 

18- Annual Session 

19. Spring Session 500 

20. Association Facility 200 

100 
Sub Total 800 

DIRXCXQR^FJ^JSSIONS 

2 1 ■ Director Salary 

22. Housing Allowance 17,709 

23. SBC Annuity 12.000 

24. Insurance 3,000 

25. Social Security Offset 6,736 

26. Christmas Gift 6,010 

300 

Sub Total 45,755 

ASS^CJATjON^CRETARY 

27. Secretary Salary 

28. SBC Annuity 13,691 

29. FICA 1,369 

30. Insurance 1,048 
31- Christmas Gift 4,311 

-2Q0 

XOUTH_SlJMM^RSTArF Sub Total 20,619 

32. Summer Workers 

CLERK Sub Total 2,000 

33. Clerk Honorarium 

34. Clerk Expense 200 

200 
Sub Total 400 



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TREASURER 

35. Treasurer Honorarium 200 

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT MINISTRIES 

36. Utilities 

37. Legal & Accountant 

38. DOM Travel Reimbursement 

39. DOM Convention & Conference 

40. Secretary Travel (newsletter, etc) 

4 1 . Secretary Conference 



OFFICE 

42. Computer (software & supplies) 

43. Supplies (paper, ink, toner, etc) 

44. Postage 

45. Newsletter (printing & mailing) 

46. Printing Annuals 

47. Equipment (maintenance & warranty) 



BUILDING & GROUNDS 

48. Custodian 

49. Insurance 

50. Supplies (kitchen, yard, cleaning, etc) 

5 1 . Grounds Keeper ( $3 5 weekly) 

52. Equipment & upkeep 

53. Repairs 

54. Miscellaneous 



Anticipated Reimbursement from State Missions Offering 
Anticipated Interest on Wayland Jenkins Housing Fund 

Total Budget $110,311 





Sub Total 


200 

3,500 
1,025 
5,000 
1,600 
700 
350 




Sub Total 


12,175 

500 

2,000 
1,200 
3,000 
2,000 
1.200 




Sub Total 


9,900 

1,560 

2,000 

200 

1,000 

1,000 

300 

500 




Sub Total 


6,560 




Total 


$ 117,609 


- 3,900 






-3.398 







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West Chowan Baptist Association 
Statement of Cash Receipts of Disbursement-General Fund 



Receipts: 

Contributions from Churches 

Telephone Reimbursement 

Interest on Checking 

Reimbursement for Copies 

Reimbursement for Brotherhood 

Pritchard Road Project 

Reimbursement for Fair Breakfast 

Meal Reimbursement, Ministers. & Wives 

Reimbursement SS Training 

Contribution to Mission Project Fund 

Transfer from Contingency to General Fund 

Toy Store 

Transfer from Mission Project Fund to General 

Mae Newsome (Pearl Johnson) 

State Missions Offering 

Missions Developement Fund 

On Mission Celebration 

Computer Sale 

Disaster Relief Van 

In Memory of E. Armstrong 

Interest Wayland Jenkins CD 

Music Day Camp 

Music Day Camp Offering 

D. Broyhill (T Caraway) 

South Yadkin Association 

Disaster Fund from C D 

Reimbursement for Insurance 

Transfer from Disaster Trailer Fund 

Total Receipts 

Cash Balances as of September 30, 2001 



Year to 
Date 

10/1/00 to 
09/30/01 

92663.02 

25.37 

58.17 

60.15 

318.00 

6000.00 

50.00 

383.70 

150.00 

75.00 

7582.99 

3206.90 

1000.00 

1000.00 

3544.18 

1500.00 

21246.76 

100.00 

430.52 

10.00 

3179.13 

1010.06 

697.50 

100.00 

2000.00 

3000.00 

316.41 

733.77 

$150,441.63 



Wachovia Checking 

A. Regular Fund 

B. Toy Store 

C. Disaster Relief 
Balance 



Account 

$11,444.51 

1,936.24 

2,516.22 

$15,896.97 



Wachovia Misc. Fund 
A. Hispanic 

C. Building Fund 

D. Disaster Trailer Fund 

E. Mission Project Fund 

F. Contingency 
Balance 9/30/01 



$3,800.00 

2,437.14 

1,090.66 

12,694.10 

14,390.86 

$34,412.76 



CD - Wayland Jenkins 
CD - Disaster Fund 



$43,257.45 as of 12-29-00 
$12,165.96 as of 09-30-01 



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West Chowan Baptist Association 
Statement of Cash Receipts of Disbursement-General Fund 



Disbursements: 

Mission Ministries: 

Missions Development 
On Mission Celebration 
Seminary Extension, Odum Prison 
Family & Christian Social Mm 
Annuitant (support of four) 

Church Development & Education Ministries: 
Bible Teaching/Reaching 
Discipleship Training 
Brotherhood 
Music 
Youth 
Evangelism 
Media 

Key Leadership Conference 
Pastor/Church Relations 
RA 
WMU 
Deacon Consultant 

Fellowship Ministries: 
Annual Session 
Spring Session 
Associational Facility 

Associational Staff-Director of Missions: 

Director's Salary 

Housing 

SBC Annuity 

Insurance 

Social Security Offset 

Christmas Gift 
Associational Staff-Secretary: 

Secretary salary 

FICA 

Insurance 

Christmas Gift 

SBC Annuity 

Youth Summer Staff: 

Summer Workers 2,000.00 2,000.00 

Clerk: 

Clerk Honorarium 200.00 0.00 

Clerk Expense 200.00 93.05 



Budget 


Budget Bal. 


$2,000.00 


$2,000.00 


3,000.00 


2,267.68 


700.00 


700.00 


1,000.00 


400.65 


2,900.00 


0.00 


900.00 


515.83 


500.00 


500.00 


625.00 


498.60 


1,200.00 


25.34 


1,000.00 


-100.00 


2,500.00 


2,249.37 


600.00 


47.66 


250.00 


111.70 


500.00 


500.00 


625.00 


336.56 


300.00 


141.43 


600.00 


328.73 


500.00 


0.00 


200.00 


200.00 


100.00 


66.88 


17,709.00 


2,088.70 


12,000.00 


2,000.00 


3,000.00 


500.00 


6,736.00 


8.94 


6,010.00 


1,001.70 


300.00 


0.00 


1,3691.00 


-0.06 


1,048.00 


0.00 


4,311.00 


0.00 


200.00 


0.00 


1,369.00 


109.00 



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Treasurer: 

Treasurer Honorarium 200.00 0.00 

Administration Support Ministries: 
Utilities 

Legal & Accounting 
Secretary Travel (newsletter) 
DOM Travel Reimbursements 
DOM Convention & Conference 
Secretary Conference 

Building & Grounds 
Custodian 
Insurance 
Supplies 

Grounds Keeper (35. wkly) 
Equipment & Upkeep 
Repairs 
Miscellaneous 

Office 



Computer (Software & Supplies) 

Supplies (ink, paper, etc) 

Postage 

Newsletter (printing & mailing) 

Printing Annuals 

Equipment (rnaint & warranty) 

Total Disbursements 

Anticipated Revenue from State Missions Offering 
Anticipated Interest on CD from Wayland Jenkins Housing 

Other Disbursements 

Transfer to Mission Project Fund 

Expenses for Disaster Relief Fund 

Pritchard Road 

Expenses for Toy Store 

Miscellaneous- ck difference 

Brantley & White- Gratuity 

Pioneer Catering 

Dell Computers 

Tommy Tripp 

Greens Cross Baptist Church 

WMU (Pearl Johnson) 

On Mission Celebration 

Transfer from contingency 

FMEA Inc (Music Day Camp Off) 

Lowes (Disaster Trailer Van) 

Elm Grove Baptist Church 

DOM Farewell Reception 

Transfer to Disaster Trailer Fund 

T Caraway 

J Teague 

Music Day Camp Supplies 

Totals 



30 



3,500.00 


-360.49 


1,025.00 


0.00 


700.00 


166.24 


5,000.00 


606.80 


1,600.00 


212.62 


350.00 


-2.00 


1,560.00 


0.00 


2,000.00 


564.00 


200.00 


184.98 


1,000.00 


-110.00 


1,000.00 


-0.95 


300.00 


186.30 


500.00 


18.68 


500.00 


-230.26 


2,000.00 


686.98 


1,200.00 


63.40 


3,000.00 


773.07 


2,000.00 


705.74 


1,200.00 


299.39 


$117,609.00 


$22,356.26 


-3900.00 




-3398.00 




75.00 




1450.00 




6000.00 




1270.66 




9.59 




500.00 




238.00 




2952.05 




159.70 




1000.00 




1000.00 




21972.76 




2190.00 




697.50 




733.77 




5000.00 




518.98 




430.52 




600.00 




500.00 




1010.06 




$48,308.59 





Contributions From Churches 
October 1, 2000 September 30, 2001 

Ashley's Grove $ 2,955.00 

Askewville 1650.00 

Aulander 1000.00 

Bethany 183600 

Bethel 55000 

Bethlehem ^0 qo 

Brantley's Grove j j j ] % 

Buckliorn 2250^00 

Capehart 833.65 



Cashie 



5149.99 



Center Grove , 7gg 42 

Christian Harbor gQ0 00 

Colerain 165o'oO 

Connarista 4qq qq 

Conwa y 5416^66 

Creech Memorial ygy 43 

Creeksville 1250.00 

Early's 1400 00 

Edgewood 50000 

Elam 2786.11 

Elm Grove 2000.00 

First Baptist 6060.00 

Galatia 5500.00 

Green's Cross ] 352 qo 

Harrellsville 1500.00 

Holly Grove 125 qq 

Holly Springs 453.25 

Horton's 400 00 

Jackson 150000 

Kelford 30000 

Lasker 300.00 

Lawrence j mA6 

Lewiston 765Q0 

Margareusville 799 ->g 

Mars Hill ,05033 

Mehemn 5889.34 

Menola 35000 

Merry Hill 1250 .00 

Mt Carmel 500 00 

ML Tabor 2080.84 

Murfreesboro ] 500 00 

New Hope 516 ; oo 

Oak Grove 325 qo 

Pleasant Grove 1468 65 

Potecasi 550.00 

Potter's House j 00 00 

Powellsviile 2858 36 

Pritchard Road 400 00 

Republican 600 ' 

Rich Square 2958 67 

Riverside 500 .00 

Roberts Chapel 500 00 

Ross 800.00 

SandyRun 9-75 qq 

Seaboard 60o ; oo 

Severn 

Siloam 



500.00 

300.00 
St. John's 750 00 

Union 3999.96 

Wakelon 11500 

Winton 2936.63 

Woodland 1349 05 

Total $92,663.02 



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ASSOCIATION BUDGET 2001-2002 

MISSION MINISTRIES 

1 Missions Development 2,000.00 

2 Seminary Extension 700.00 

3 Family Ministries 1,000.00 

4 Annuitant (support of four) 2,900.00 







SUB TOTAL 


6,600.00 


CHURCH DEVELOPMENT 






5 


Sunday School 




900.00 


6 


Discipleship Training 




500.00 


7 


Brotherhood 




625.00 


8 


RA 




625.00 


9 


Music 




1,200.00 


10 


Youth 




1,000.00 


11 


Evangelism 




2,500.00 


12 


Media 




600.00 


13 


Key Leadership Training 




250.00 


14 


Pastor/Church Relations 




500.00 


15 


WMU 




300.00 


16 


Deacon Consultant 




600.00 






SUB TOTAL 


9,600.00 


FELLOWSHIP MINISTRIES 






17 


Fall Meeting 




500.00 


18 


Spring Meeting 




200.00 


19 


Association Facility 




100.00 






SUB TOTAL 


800.00 


DIRECTOR OF MISSIONS 






20 


Salary 




17,709.00 


21 


Housing Allowance 




12,000.00 


22 


SBC Annuity 




3,000.00 


23 


Medical Insurance 




6,736.00 


24 


Social Security Offset 




6,010.00 


25 


Christmas Gift 




300.00 






SUB TOTAL 


45,755.00 


SECRETARY 






26 


Salary 




19,075.00 


27 


SBC Annuity 




1,908.00 


28 


FICA 




1,459.00 


29 


Christmas Gift 




200.00 






SUB TOTAL 


22,642.00 


YOUTH SUMMER STAFF 






30 


Summer Worker 




2,000.00 



SUB TOTAL 2,000.00 



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CLERK 

31 Honorarium 200.00 

32 Expense 200.00 

im 

IVE SUPPORT MINIS! 

ccounting 

/el Reimbursement 

ivention & Conferences 

Travel 

Conference 

(software & supplies) 
paper etc.) 

r (mailing & printing 

nnuals 

it (maintenance & warn 

BOUNDS 

kitchen, yard, cleaning 
(eeper (yard work) 
t & upkeep 

;ous 

SUB TOTAL 6,560.00 





SUB TOTAL 


400.00 


TREASURER 




33 


Honorarium 


500.00 




SUB TOTAL 


500.00 


ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT MINISTRIES 




34 


Utilities 


4,000.00 


35 


Legal & Accounting 


1,025.00 


36 


DOM Travel Reimbursement 


5,000.00 


37 


DOM Convention & Conferences 


1,600.00 


38 


Secretary Travel 


700.00 


39 


Secretary Conference 


350.00 




SUB TOTAL 


12,675.00 


OFFICE 




40 


Computer (software & supplies) 


500.00 


41 


Supplies (paper etc.) 


2,000.00 


42 


Postage 


1,200.00 


43 


Newsletter (mailing & printing 


3,000.00 


44 


Printing Annuals 


2,000.00 


45 


Equipment (maintenance & warranties) 


1,200.00 




SUB TOTAL 


9,900.00 


BUILDING & GROUNDS 




46 


Custodian 


1 ,560.00 


47 


Insurance 


2,000.00 


48 


Supplies (kitchen, yard, cleaning) 


200.00 


49 


Grounds Keeper (yard work) 


1,000.00 


50 


Equipment & upkeep 


1,000.00 


51 


Repairs 


300.00 


52 


Miscellaneous 


500.00 



Total $117,432.00 

Anticipated Reimb. from State Missions -3,500.00 

Anticipated Interest on Jenkins Housing Fund -2,949.00 



TOTAL BUDGET $110,983.00 



33 



Ashley's Grove 

Askewville 

Aulander 

Bethany 

Brantley's Grove 

Buckhom 

Cashie 

Center Grove 

Christian Harbor 

Colerain 

Connaritsa 

Conway 

Creech Memorial 

Creeksville 

Earlys 

Elam 

Elm Grove 

First Baptist Ahoskie 

Galatia 

Green's Cross 

Harrellsville 

Holly Grove 

Holly Springs 

Hortons 

Jackson 

Lasker 

Lawrence 

Lewiston 

Margaretsville 

Mars Hill 

Meherrin 

Menola 

Merry Hill 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Tabor 

Murfreesboro 

New Hope 

Oak Grove 

Pleasant Grove 

Potecasi 

Potter's House 

Powellsville 

Pritchard Road 

Republican 

Rich Square 

Robert's Chapel 

Ross 

Seaboard 

Siloam 

St. John's 

Union 

Wakelon 

Winton 

Woodland 



MESSENGERS 

Mary Ledden, Barbara Revelle, Lonnie Skinner 

Bessie Mitchell, Alice Perry, Mary Rose White, Velma White 

Rick Duke, Vernon Hoggard, Elton Jones, Marion Wynn 

Leroy Evans,. Carolyn Lawrence 

Janet Brickhouse, Glenda Ward 

Dell Howell, Mary Katherine Bailey, Delia Allen 

Cindy Conner, Blanche Phelps, Robert Spivey, Shirley Spivey 

David Brinkley, Adolph Harrell, Margaret Brinkley, Marie Harrell 

Shirley Fairless 

Sue Fairless. Geraldine Holloman, Helen White 

Lindsey Chamblee, Roy Parker 

Willie Johnson, Annie Powell, Jean Ricks, Anne White 

Lorraine Blake, Marian Bracy, Margaret Joyner, Juanita Newsome 

Ola Mae Barrett, Elma Lassiter 

Dorothy Alston, Lawrence Myers, Elaine Myers 

Bobby Davis, Delano Davis 

Aubrey Mizelle, Hattie Mae Mizelle, Cora Leigh Newbern, Catherine Hoggard 

Richard Baker, Jackie Baker, Jean Dilday, Macie Farley, Mike Jones, Kay Jones 

Bess Leary, Judy Pierce, Margaret Springfield, Danny Vancil 

Ollie Eure, Mary Ann Davis, Mary Belle Davis, Myrtice Earley, Reba Davis, C. Vann 

Michelle Bailey, Jerry Byrum 

Polly Evans, Frances Liverman 

Mildred Narron, Inez Simons 

Lewter Perry, Allen Wall, Helen Wall 

Dennis Bazemore, Frances Bazemore 

Geneva Barrow, Marion Bridgers, W. J. Little, Jr. 

Blannie, Britton, Joan Lassiter, Ruth Lassiter 

Andy Jackson, Lynn Jackson, Vernon White. Pam White 

George Britton, J. B. Stewart 

Jack Harlan, J. M. Vick, Charlene Cox, Shirley Vaughan 

Barbara Sue Davidson, Margaret Davidson 

Tom Parnsh, Rebecca Parrish, Pat Sellers. Buddy Wise, Mary Wise 

Nora Belch, Ernestine Northcott 

Virginia Barfield, Amy Bryant, Millie Bunch, Evelyn Willis 

Nancy Stephenson 

Francis Holloman, Anne Holloman 

Dr. and Mrs. Hargus Taylor, Dr. Stanley Lott 

Joyce Bracy, Dot Brown 

Dennis Babb, Janice Babb 

Donald Jemigan, Mary Jernigan 

Audrey Bryant, Mildred Jenkins 

Edith Caraway 

Carolyn Edmondson 

Bobby Eubanks, Nathan Bridges 

Ruby Harmon, Jackie Jackson 

Cindy Moore, Mildred Parker 

Dr. Catherine Moore, Betty Moore, 

Paul Basham. Basil Hoggard, Joseph Hoggard 

Lawrence Sandy, Marilyn Sandy. 

Irene Cherry, Mamie Leggett 

Jessie Riddick, Bessie Burkett, Mary Britton 

Ruth Miller 

Jesse Matthews 

Charles Edwards, Margaret Edwards, Shirley Stephenson, Harry Ward 

Roberta Outland, Jean Rogister, John Liverman 



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Ashley's Grove 

Mr. Thomas Colston 

Mrs. Bertha Colston 

Mr. Charlie Slaughter 

Mrs. Estelle Vann 

Askewville 

Mr. Sherlock Byrum 

Mrs. Ruth S. Pierce 

Mrs. Joyce Shook 

Mr. Truitt White, Deacon 

Aulander 

Mr. Lewis Stokes 

Mr. Bill Burden 

Mrs. Dorothy Minton 

Mrs. Mabel Jernigan 

Bethany 

Mr. Don Daniels 

Mrs. Cleo Lee 

Mr. Ralph Outlaw 

Bethel 

Mrs. Viola C. Buchanan 

Buckhorn 

Mrs. M. D. Cutbbertson 

Mrs. Eunice Darden 

Mr. Howard Taylor 

C apeharts 

Mr. Gary Baker 

Mr. Herbert J. Baker 

Mrs. Elsie White 

Mr. Steve White 

Cashi e 

Miss Donna Bowen 

Mr. Griffin Byrum 

Mrs. Anne Cooke 

Mrs. Iona Daniels 

Mrs. Mary Floyd 

Mr. Herman Harden Jr. 

Miss Laura Harrell 

Mr. Ulrich Mizelle 

Mrs. Bonnie C. Perry 

Mrs. Revah Rhodes 

Center Grove 

Mr. Owen Harrell 

Mrs. Sarah Earley 

Mr. Henry C. Lassiter 

Mrs. Laura Holloman 

Mrs. Vivian Overton 

Mr. Robert Brantley, Deacon 

Christian Harbor 

Mrs. Nellie C. Holloman 

Mrs. Dorethea E. Joyner 

Mrs. Lottie S. Ward 



Deceased 

Colerain 

Mr. Jay Mitchell 

Mrs. Carrie Freeman 

Mr. Carl Freeman 

Connaritsa 

Mrs. Edith Cowand 

Mr. Lynwood Hoggard 

Mr. Willie A. Hoggard 

Mrs. Lucille J. Chappel 

Mr. Donald Hale 

Mrs. Janie F. Hoggard 

Mrs. Fannie Mae Peele 

Mr. Calvin Williams, Deacon 

Conway 

Mrs. Irene Hodges 

Mrs. Elsie Lee Hedspeth 

Mr. Kenneth B. Woodard 

Mrs. Caroly W. Watson 

Mr. Alvin S. Davis 

Mrs. Ruby Vick 

Mr. Douglas Fleetwood 

Mrs. Susie Deloatch 

Mrs. Goldie N. Speight 

Mr. Horace Piland 

Creeksville 

Mrs. Ruby D. Bryant 

Mrs. Ellie Mae Long 

Mr. Clenton Martin 

Mr. Kelly D. Martin 

Mrs. Maggie D. Lassiter 

Mrs Marion Bridgers Deaconess 

Earlys 

Mrs. Elizabeth Jernigan 

Mrs. Susie Piland 

Mrs. Exie Lassiter 

Mrs. Lillian D. Lassiter 

Mrs. Martha Williams 

Mr. Blake Baisey 

Elam 

Mrs. Barbara Turner 

Miss. Joan Jordan 

Mrs. Elmira Jordan 

Elm Grove 

Mrs. Eva Mizelle 

Mr. Garland Jernigan 

Mr. Sam Hague 

Mrs. Lessie Jernigan 

Mrs. Vera Jernigan, charter 

Mr. Gennie Mizelle, charter 

First Baptist Ahoskie 

Mrs. Alice Baker 

Mrs. Eunice Boyette 

Mr. Leroy Brinkley 

Mrs. Eva Brinkley 



Mrs. Frances Burden 

Mr. Norman Godwin 

Ms. Ethel Harrell 

Mrs. Agnes Harrell 

Mr. Barry Hoggard 

Mr. Edward Joyner 

Mrs. Wilma Kiff 

Mrs. Nelda Lassiter 

Mr. William Overman 

Mr. Shirley Pierce, Sr. 

Mrs. Carolyn Pierce 

Mr. Baldwin Renner 

Mrs. Doretha Rose 

Ms. Donna Todd 

Mr. Merle Vaughan 

First Baptist Lewiston 

Mrs. Marie Wadsworth 

Mrs. Marie Mitchell 

Mrs. Thelma Britton 

Mrs. Anne Austin 

Mrs. Lula Cooper 

Mrs. Lillian Hoggard 

Galatia 

Mrs. Ruth Storey 

Mrs. Magdalene Davis 

Mr. Howard Davis, Deacon 

Green's Cross 

Mr. Billy Casper 

Mrs. Louise Harrison 

HarrellsviUe 

Mrs. Tulie Taylor 

Hortons 

Mrs. Ruth Bunch 

Mr. Acie Early 

Mrs. Reva Early 

K elford 

Mrs. Ruth S. Coggins 

Mrs. Margaret Harrell 

Mr. Randy Strickland 

Lasker 

Mr. Millard E. Lassiter 

Mr. Wilson Askew 

Margarettsville 

Mr. Elmo (Tom) Vaughan 

Mars Hill 

Mrs. Fannie Brown 

Mrs. Irma Williams 

Mr. Russell Pearce 

Mrs. Grace Northcott 

Mr. Stanley Miller, Deacon 

Mrs. Marcelle Brown 

Menola 

Mrs. Margaret Lee Brown 

Mr. Donald Blowe 



35 



Merry Hill 

Mr. Roy Pierce 

Mr. George Cowand, Sr 

Murfreesboro 

Mr. Elmore Whitley 

Mr. William T. Williams 

Mr. Carl Howell 

Mr. Melvin Vinson 

Mrs. Ruth Hill 

Mrs. Lucille Vann 

Mr. Walter Allen 

Mr. William Britt 

Mrs. Marie Howell 

Mrs. Rosseau Britt 

New Hope 

Mrs. Louise Fuller 

Oak Grove 

Mrs. Sybil Whitley 

Pleasant Grove 

Ms. Lizzie Rawls 

Mr. Wingate White, Sr. 

Poteca si 

Mrs. Norvella Babb 

Mrs. Syble Hodges 

Mr. S. W. Lassiter 

Mrs. Blanche Galloway 

Powell sville 

Mr. Jim A. Cowan 

Pritchard Road 

Mrs. Mary Dunlow 



Rich Square 

Mrs. Ruth Outland Peele 

Mrs. Dorothy Bennett 

Mr. Willie Wayne Conner 

Mr. Manley Hilliard Knight 

Riverside 

Mrs. Bessie Williams 

Mrs. Sadie Britt 

Mrs. Rhodes Pratt 

Mrs. Vergie Mizelle 

Mrs. Virginia Hughes 

Mr. Johnny Bruce Hughes 

Ross 

Mrs. Lou Ellen Bazemore 

Mrs. Annie W. Castelloe 

Mrs. Lovey Evans 

Ms. Delia Faye Midgette 

Mr. Raymond Todd 

Seab oard 

Mr. Marty Brown 

Mr. Winston White 

Severn 

Mr. A. C. Martin 

Mr. Jessie Barnes 

Mrs. Ella Mae Barnes 

Si loam 

Mrs. Dassie Anders 



St. John's 

Mr. Robert Baggett 

Mrs. Betty Blowe 

Mrs. Bertha Blowe 

Mrs. Vivian Andrews 

Mr. Bill Andrews 

Mr. Troy Cox 

Union 

Mrs. Jeanie Bierce 

Mr. Waverly Casper 

Mr. Kenneth Sellers 

W akelon 

Mr. John E. Perry 

Mr. A. D. Bryant 

Mr. Floyd Perry 

Winton 

Mr. Jack Futrell 

Mr. C. M. Francis 

Mrs. Renae Piland 

Mrs. Beatrice Spivey 

Woodland 

Mrs. Josie L. Kees 

Mrs. Mary Lou P Griffin 

Mr. William Lewter 

Mrs. Hannah Vaughan 

Mr. J. Meredith Lee 

Mr. David S. Griffin 

Mrs. Annie H. Banner 

Mrs. Freida P. Cooke 

Miss Wilma Joyner 



36 



Historical Events 

Askewville - Began construction of a new building: fellowship hall/gym/classrooms. Ordained a new deacon, 
Robert Mizelle, Jr. 

Cashie - Renovation completed after the flood. Held a dedication service. New deacons. 

Center Grove - Purchased a Church Van, installed a Baptistery 

Connaritsa - Sanctuary completely rebuilt from ground to ceiling, with new foundation, new flooring, new ceiling 
and new carpet and paint job. Dedication service was April 22, 2001. New heating/air-conditioning system 
installed at the parsonage. 

Creeksville - One member went to Alaska on the NC/ Alaska Partnership. Insurance has been updated on all church 
property. The church observed a special Mabel Pierce day on July 22, 200 1 for her 30 years of teaching a Sunday 
school class. On September 16, 2001, a new piano was donated to the church in memory of Mr. & Mrs. Johnnie 
Bryant by the Mr. & Mrs. Bahnson Weathers Bryant family. 

Elam - Had a groundbreaking service for the new Fellowship Hall in September, 2001 

Elm Grove - Connected the church and Fellowship building with a breeze-way. 

Green's Cross - Built a new addition to the church that included a fellowship hall, kitchen and bathrooms. 

Lasker - Started a young couples class; also Acteens and RA's. 

Merry Hill - Did some work to the church building and fellowship hall and installed some playground equipment. 

Mt. Tabor - Installed a Baptistery. 

Oak Grove - Purchased a new Church Van and a shelter for it. 

Pleasant Grove - Put in new windows throughout the entire church with other renovations. 

Pritchard Road - Ordained three deacons: Duane Jones, Jimmy Bartley, Cleve Lucas, Jr. The church building was 
dedicated on April 22, 2001. 

Ross - Published a church history book covering the first 75 years of the church 

Seaboard - Started a new Sunday school class for ages 3-5 years of age. Opened a new church library. 
Completed the painting of the Sanctuary. Began a new monthly fellowship meal and devotional time called "Agape 
Meal." 

Winton- Started an Awana Club for children and youth of the church in September, 2001. The first meeting was 
held with 28 pupils present. It is growing each week. 

Woodland - Had a volunteer to go to Kyrgyzstan and Suriname giving agricultural assistance. Painted halls and 
sanctuary, carpeted sanctuary. Installed a Sound system 



37 



Church Directory 2001-2002 



Ashley's Grove 

ACP Contact 

Organist 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Librarian 

Pastor 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Secretary 

Stewardship 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Askewville 

ACP Contact 

Organist 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Discipleship Dir 

Librarian 

Brotherhood 

Music Dir 

Pastor 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Secretary 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Aulander 

ACP Contact 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Brotherhood Dir 

Music Dir 

Pastor 

Prayer Ministry 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Stewardship 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Youth Min 



Mrs. Vickie Howell 
Mrs. Vera Futrell 
Mrs. Betsy Hall 
Mrs. Vickie Howell 
Mr. Albert Vann 
Mrs. Sue Harris 
Rev. David Ross 
Mr. Albert Vann 
Mr. Charlie Vann 
Mr. Albert Vann 
Mr. Charlie Ledden 
Mrs. Sarah Askew 
Mrs. Louise Futrell 

Mr. Dancy G. White 

Mrs. Mary Lou C. Jernigan 

Mrs. Amy J. Hoggard 

Mr. Dancy G. White 

Mr. Scott Cobb 

Mr. Wm. (Skip) L. Dunlow 

Mrs. Pamela J. Baker 

Mr. Shane Dunlow 

Mrs. Darlene D. Dunlow 

Rev. Freddie M. Harris 

Mr. Scott Cobb 

Mrs. Martha B. Harris 

Mr. Bennie W. White 

Mrs. Judy B. White 

Mrs. Dorothy Jean Jernigan 

Mrs. Janet Emory 
Mrs. Sylvia P. Vaughan 
Mrs. Janet Emory 
Mr. Elton Jones 
Mr. Rick Duke 
Mrs. Sylvia P. Vaughan 
Rev. Dow Welsh 
Mrs. Janet Emory 
Mrs. Marion E. Wynn 
Mr. Vernon Hoggard 
Mrs. Marion E. Wynn 
Mrs. Mandy Lassiter 
Miss Tracy White 
Mr. Timothy Marr 



(252)585-1732 
(252)585-0518 
(252) 398-5207 
(252)585-1732 
(252)587-5121 
(252) 585-0934 
(252) 587-2093 
(252)587-5121 
(252)587-9561 
(252)587-5121 
(252) 587-2690 
(252)587-8221 
(252) 398-4357 

(252) 794-3936 
(252) 794-2746 
(252) 794-4676 
(252) 794-3936 
(252) 794-2936 
(252) 794-9485 
(252) 794-9744 
(252)345-1304 
(252) 794-9485 
(252) 794-2409 
(252) 794-2936 
(252) 794-2409 
(252) 794-3538 
(252) 794-3538 
(252) 794-3742 

(252)345-9691 

(252)345-1557 
(252) 345-9691 
(919)345-1776 
(252)345-7101 
(252)345-1557 

(252)345-2299 
(252)345-9691 
(252)345-1721 
(252)345-7471 
(252)345-1721 
(252)345-1031 
(252) 345-0868 
(252) 345-3366 



708 Buck Boone Road 
12569 U.S. 158 Highway 
13441 U.S. 158 Highway 
708 Buck Boone Road 
1 039 Burnt Bridges Road 
RR 1 Box 54h 
2 1 64 Ashley's Grove Road 
1039 Burnt Bridges Road 
1212 Burnt Bridges Road 
1039 Burnt Bridges Road 
802-C Pinetops Road 
9468 U.S. 258 Highway 
803 Indian Branch Road 



Conway, NC 27820 
Conway, NC 27820 
Conway, NC 27820 
Conway, NC 27820 
Conway, NC 27820 
Conway, NC 27820 
Conway, NC 27820 
Conway, NC 27820 
Conway, NC 27820 
Conway, NC 27820 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 



139 W Askewville St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


1 1 8 W Askewville St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


309 Polly Rd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


139 W Askewville St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


1 22 Askewville Bryant Street 


Windsor, NC 27983 


HOW Askewville St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


1 08 Askewville Bryant Street 


Windsor, NC 27983 


1 203 Early Station Rd 


Aulander, NC 27805 


140 W Askewville St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


1 12 E Askewville St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


122 Askewville Bryant Street 


Windsor, NC 27983 


1 12 E Askewville St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


506 Pocosin Rd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


506 Pocosin Rd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


131 East Askewville Street 


Windsor, NC 27983 


POBox 188 


Aulander, NC 27805 


PO Box 548 


Aulander, NC 27805 


POBox 188 


Aulander, NC 27805 


PO Box 357 


Aulander, NC 27805 


PO Box 56 


Aulander, NC 27805 


PO Box 548 


Aulander, NC 27805 


POBox 518 


Aulander, NC 27805 


POBox 188 


Aulander, NC 27805 


POBox 14 


Aulander, NC 27805 


PO Box 1 1 7 


Aulander, NC 27805 


POBox 14 


Aulander, NC 27805 


PO Box 454 


Aulander, NC 27805 


POBox 501 


Aulander, NC 27805 


POBox 901 


Aulander, NC 27805 



38 



Bethany 

ACP Contact 

Organist 

Pianist 

Brotherhood Dir 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Music Dir 

Pastor 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Youth Min 

Bethel 

ACP Contact 

Organist 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Brotherhood 

Music Dir 

Pastor 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Secretary 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Bethlehem 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Sunday School Dir 

Brantley's Grove 

ACP Contact 

Organist 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Brotherhood 

Pastor 

Music Dir 

Prayer Ministry 

Secretary 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 



Mrs. Carolyn W. Lawrence 
Mrs. Sue Tripp 
Mrs. Donna Morris 
Mr. Michael Ratzloff 
Mrs. Carolyn W. Lawrence 
Mr. Charles Cullipher 
Mr. Wayne Lee 
Rev. Tommy Tripp 
Mr. Wayne Lee 
Mr. Wayne Lee 
Mrs. Judy Freeman 
Mrs. Nadine Hewitt 
Mrs. Sue Tripp 

Mrs. Dianne D. Mumford 
Mrs. Linda Meadows 
Mrs. Linda Meadows 
Mrs. Dianne D. Mumford 
Mr. Tony Mumford 
Mr. Ricky Bayse 
Rev. Ricky Barnes 
Rev. Ricky Barnes 
Mr. Tony Mumford 
Mr. Jerry Mayle 
Mrs. Jett Mayle 
Mr. Jerry Mayle 
Mrs. Reba Mayle 

Mrs. Nancy Bazemore 
Mrs. Judy Perry 
Mr. Bobby Bazemore 



(252) 356-4355 
(252) 356-4550 
(252) 356-1978 
(252) 482-6946 
(252) 356-4355 
(252) 356-2822 
(252) 356-2602 
(252) 356-4550 
(252) 356-2602 
(252) 356-2602 
(252) 356-4373 
(252) 356-2484 
(252) 356-4550 

(252)589-2631 
(252)589^1551 
(252)589-4551 
(252)589-2631 
(252)589-2631 
(252)589-2110 
(252)589-1720 
(252)589-1720 
(252)589-2631 
(252)589-1688 
(252) 589-1688 
(252)589-1688 
(252) 589-3891 



62 1 Browns School Rd 
740 Bethany Church Rd 
2735 Wakelon Rd 
1 08 Ledrew Perry Road 
62 1 Browns School Rd 
340 Sand Hill Rd 
245 Bethany Church Rd 
740 Bethany Church Rd 
245 Bethany Church Rd 
245 Bethany Church Rd 
321 PerrytownRd 
722 Bethany Church Rd 
740 Bethany Church Rd 

1224 Bethel Church Rd 
407 Conwell Rd 
407 Conwell Rd 
1224 Bethel Church Rd 
1224 Bethel Church Rd 
3728 Big John Store Rd 
988 Bethel Church Rd 
988 Bethel Church Rd 
1224 Bethel Church Rd 
947 Bethel Church Rd 
947 Bethel Church Rd 
947 Bethel Church Rd 
301 Massey Rd 



(252) 356-2409 212 Bazemore Road 
(252) 356-2107 1419 NC Hwy 45 S 
(252) 356-2409 212 Bazemore Road 



Colerain, NC 27924 
Colerain,NC 27924 
Colerain, NC 27924 
Windsor, NC 27983 
Colerain, NC 27924 
Colerain, NC 27924 
Colerain, NC 27924 
Colerain, NC 27924 
Colerain, NC 27924 
Colerain, NC 27924 
Colerain, NC 27924 
Colerain, NC 27924 
Colerain, NC 27924 



Pleasant Hill, 
Pleasant Hill, 
Pleasant Hill, 
Pleasant Hill, 
Pleasant Hill, 
Pleasant Hill, 
Pleasant Hill, 
Pleasant Hill, 
Pleasant Hill, 
Pleasant Hill, 
Pleasant Hill, 
Pleasant Hill, 
Pleasant Hill, 



NC 27866 
NC 27866 
NC 27866 
NC 27866 
NC 27866 
NC 27866 
NC 27866 
NC 27866 
NC 27866 
NC 27866 
NC 27866 
NC 27866 
NC 27866 



Cofield,NC 27922 
Cofield,NC 27922 
CofielcLNC 27922 



Mrs. Sue Vinson 


(252) 332-3972 


521 Godwin Town Rd 


Ahoskie,NC 27910 


Mrs. Glenda Ward 


(252) 332-8473 


124TayloeDr 


Ahoskie,NC 27910 


Mrs. Ada Brinkley 


(252)344-5311 


218 Cemetery Rd 


Roxobel,NC 27872 


Mrs. Sue Vinson 


(252) 332-3972 


521 Godwin Town Rd 


Ahoskie,NC 27910 


Mr. Randy Stroud 


(252) 332-6459 


309 Hall Siding Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Rev. Jimmy Ward 


(252) 332-8473 


124TayloeDr 


Ahoskie,NC 27910 


Rev. Jimmy Ward 


(252) 332-8473 


124TayloeDr 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Mr. Wayne Vinson 


(252) 332-3972 


521 Godwin Town Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Mrs. Ernestine O. Hall 


(252)332-2133 


144MenolaStJohnRd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Mrs. Sue Vinson 


(252) 332-3972 


521 Godwin Town Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Mr. Wayne Vinson 


(252) 332-3972 


521 Godwin Town Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Mrs. Linda Chamblee 


(252)332-3111 


217WhedbeeRd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Mrs. Cheryl Chamblee 


(252)332-6271 


2 12 Flea Hill Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 



39 



Buckhorn 

ACP Contact 

Organist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Music Dir 

Pastor 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Capeharts 

ACP Contact 

Organist 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Music Dir 

Stewardship 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Youth Min 

Cashie 

ACP Contact 

Organist 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Evangelism 

Brotherhood Dir 

Music Dir 

Mission Dev 

Pastor 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Secretary 
Stewardship 
Sunday School Dir 
Treasurer 
Youth Min 



Mrs. Jeanette Hodges 

Mrs. Willie Taylor 

Mrs. Jeanette Hodges 

Mr. Oscar Spruill 

Mrs. Willie Taylor 

Rev. Larry Allen 

Mr. Oscar Spruill 

Mr. Philip Howell 

Mrs. Linda Spruill 

Mrs. Mary (Catherine Bailey 

Mrs. Deborah Daniel 
Mrs. Lynn Evans 
Mrs. Sue Davenport 
Mrs. Deborah Daniel 
Mr. Larry Taylor 
Mrs. Ruth Evans 
Mr. Larry Taylor 
Mr. Charles Boyette 
Mrs. Lois Hughes 
Mrs. Sue Davenport 
Mrs. Jackie Perry 

Mrs. Joan Leggett 
Mrs. Shirley Spivey 
Mrs. Betsy Huddleston 
Mrs. Joan Leggett 
Mr. Warren Cobb 
Mr. Blount Knowles 
Mr. Randy Walston 
Mrs. Sylvia Brooks 
Mr. Blount Knowles 
Rev. Dennis J. Conner 
Mr. Robert Spivey 
Mrs. Lois Pierce 
Mr. Warren Cobb 
Mr. Chip Wynns 
Mrs. Irene Davis 
Mr. Tony Evans 



(252)398-3626 621 Ebo Rd 

(252)398-4425 PO Box 38 

(252)398-3626 621 Ebo Rd 

(252) 398-33 13 1 022 Statesville Rd 

(252)398-4425 PO Box 38 

(252)398-3976 PO Box 67 

(252) 398-3313 1022 Statesville Rd 

(252) 398-3764 702 New Hope Church Rd 

(252) 398-33 13 1 022 Statesville Rd 

(252) 398-3037 202 George Parker Rd 



(252) 794-2897 
(252) 482-4009 
(252)482-4178 
(252) 794-2897 
(252) 482-2887 
(252)482-4352 
(252) 482-2887 
(252) 794-2373 
(252) 482-3594 
(252)482-4178 
(252) 482-2503 

(252) 794-3252 
(252) 794-4092 

(252)482-1052 
(252) 794-3252 
(252) 794-2787 
(252)794-4167 
(252)794-5130 
(252) 794-3552 
(252)794-4167 

(252)794-5888 
(252) 794^092 
(252) 794-4492 
(252) 794-2787 
(252)482-3781 
(252)794-3165 
(252)221-4721 



409 Bakertown Rd 
327 NC Highway 45 N 
149 NC Highway 45 N 
409 Bakertown Rd 
726B Sutton Rd. 
PO Box 1 83 
726B Sutton Rd. 
205 Bull Hill Rd 
1 1 Long Lane 
1 49 NC Highway 45 N 
1722 US Highway 17 N 

101 W Camden St 

306 Sutton Dr 

515 Bachelor Bay Rd 

101 W Camden St 

1711 WoodardRoad 

1524 WoodardRd 

406 Taylor Street 

1003 WaylandDr 

1524 WoodardRd 

1009 Robert St 

306 Sutton Dr 

120 Askewville N Railroad St 

1711 WoodardRoad 

222 Hawthorne Rd. 

208 Crescent Dr 

1524 Rocky Hock Landing Rd. 



Como, NC 
Como, NC 
Como, NC 
Como, NC 
Como, NC 
Como, NC 
Como, NC 
Como, NC 
Como, NC 
Como, NC 



27818 
27818 
27818 
27818 
27818 
27818 
27818 
27818 
27818 
27818 



Windsor, NC 27983 
Merry Hill, NC 27957 
Merry Hill, NC 27957 
Windsor, NC 27983 
Windsor, NC 27983 
Merry Hill, NC 27957 
Windsor, NC 27983 
Windsor, NC 27983 
Edenton, NC 27932 
Merry Hill, NC 27957 
Merry Hill, NC 27957 



Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Edenton, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Edenton, NC 



27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27932 



40 



Center Grove 

ACP Contact 

Organist 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Brotherhood Dir 

Music Dir 

Mission Dev 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Youth Min 

Christian Harbor 

ACP Contact 

Organist 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Music Dir 

Pastor 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Secretary 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Youth Min 

Colerain 

ACP Contact 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Brotherhood Dir 

Music Dir 

Pastor 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Secretary 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Youth Min 



Mr. Otis Payne 
Mary Lou Byrum 
Mrs. Barbara Matthews 
Mr. Otis Payne 
Mr. Adolph Harrell 
Mr. Joseph Dilday 
Mr. Otis Payne 
Mrs. Brenda Dilday 
Mr. David Brinkley Jr. 
Mr. Johnny Overton 
Mr. David Brinkley Jr. 
Mrs. Barbara Matthews 
Mr. Mitchell Byrum 

Mrs. Brenda Hoggard 
Mrs. Rita Mizelle 
Mrs. Shelia Stallings 
Mrs. Brenda Hoggard 
Mr. Billy Holloman 
Mrs. Emily Jordan 
Rev. Hugh Mizelle 
Mr. Wallace Morgan 
Mrs. Sandra Holloman 
Mr. Brian Pearce 
Mr. Wayne Earley 
Mrs. Mary Powell 
Mrs. Sharon Eure 

Mrs. Linda Northcott 
Mrs. Barbara Brown 
Mrs. Linda Northcott 
Mr. Clarence Dilday 
Mr. Seaton P. Fairless Jr. 
Mrs. Barbara Brown 
Rev. Arthur Kirk 
Mr. Kenneth Bryant 
Mrs. Linda Northcott 
Mr. Seaton P. Fairless Jr. 
Mr. Carroll Northcott 
Mrs. Sue Fairless 
Mrs. Karen Brooks 



(252) 332-2532 


421 SRhueSt 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


(252) 332-6437 


115 Church Rd 


Ahoskie,NC 27910 


(252)332-6130 


104 Church Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


(252) 332-2532 


421 SRhueSt 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


(252) 332^835 


33 1 Center Grove Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


(252)332-5170 


8 1 1 Center Grove Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


(252) 332-2532 


421 SRhueSt 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


(252)332-5170 


8 1 1 Center Grove Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


(252) 332-3809 


107 Jemigan Swamp Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


(252) 332-4938 


331 Church Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


(252) 332-3809 


1 07 Jemigan Swamp Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


(252)332-6130 


104 Church Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


(252) 332-6437 


115 Church Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


(252) 356-2553 


2551 NC Highway 45 S 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-4689 


PO Box 326 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


(252) 356-2907 


230 Pawnee Rd 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


(252) 356-2553 


2551 NC Highway 45 S 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-2429 


1112 Swains Mill Road 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


(252) 356-2955 


2612 NC Highway 45 S 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-4689 


PO Box 326 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


(252) 356-2104 


2607 NC Highway 45 S 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-4885 


746c Cullen Rd 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


(252) 356-2534 


303 Christian Harbor Rd 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


(252) 356-4244 


POBoxl2 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


(252) 356-1204 


1249 Swains Mill Rd 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


(252) 356-2755 


POBox 116 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


(252) 356-4704 


PO Box 236 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-2355 


410 E River St 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-4704 


PO Box 236 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-4768 


310 E. River St 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-4466 


140 Buncomb Rd 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-2355 


410 E River St 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-1332 


POBox 126 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356^1680 


PO Box 25 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-4704 


PO Box 236 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-4466 


140 Buncomb Rd 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-4704 


PO Box 236 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-4466 


140 Buncomb Rd 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-2458 


3024 Wakelon Rd 


Colerain, NC 27924 



41 



Connaritsa 










ACP Contact 


Mrs. Hazel H. Francis 


(252)348-2415 


2029 Charles Taylor Rd 


Aulander, NC 27805 


Pianist 


Mrs. Barbara Jemigan 


(252) 345-0630 


PO Box 335 


Aulander, NC 27805 


Clerk 


Mrs. Hazel H. Francis 


(252)348-2415 


2029 Charles Taylor Rd 


Aulander, NC 27805 


Deacon Chairmen 


Mr. Robert S. Rawls 


(252) 345-6272 


202 Sheriff Garrett Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Brotherhood Dir 


Mr. Henry G. Spruill 


(252) 345-2691 


PO Box 275 


Aulander, NC 27805 


Music Dir 


Mrs. Barbara Jernigan 


(252) 345-0630 


PO Box 335 


Aulander, NC 27805 


Pastor 


Rev. Alan K. Mizelle 


(252)345-7821 


POBox 160 


Aulander, NC 27805 


Exec. Prom. Com 


Mr. Lindsey B. Chamblec 


(252) 348-2206 


403 Francis Mill Rd 


Aulander, NC 27805 


Secretary 


Mrs. Barbara Jernigan 


(252) 345-0630 


PO Box 335 


Aulander, NC 27805 


Sunday School Dir 


Mr. Steve Williams 


(252)345-1250 


303 W Main St 


Aulander, NC 27805 


Treasurer 


Mr. Steve Williams 


(252)345-1250 


303 W Main St 


Aulander, NC 27805 


WMU Director 


Mrs. Jeanette Tinkham 


(252)345-5761 


PO Box 392 


Aulander, NC 27805 


Conway 










ACP Contact 


Mrs. Pearl Brown 


(252) 585-3655 


PO Box 58 


Conway, NC 27820 


Organist 


Mrs. Wanda R. Taylor 


(252)585-1091 


12086 US 158 HWY 


Conway, NC 27820 


Pianist 


Mrs. Paula Barrett 


(252)585-1465 


1 005 Bynum Road 


Seaboard, NC 27876 


Clerk 


Mrs. Alice Woodard 


(252)585-1752 


229 North Church Street 


Conway, NC 27820 


Deacon Chairmen 


Mrs. Thadys Simmons 


(252)585-0177 


642 Phillips Hill Road 


Conway, NC 27820 


Librarian 


Mrs. Madie A. Draper 


(252)585-1784 


11011 US 158 HWY 


Conway, NC 27820 


Music Dir 


Mrs. Pam Cox 


(252) 585-0234 


402 Poplar Dr 


Conway, NC 27820 


Pastor 


Rev. Willie A. McLawhom 


(252)585-1752 


229 N Church Street 


Conway, NC 27820 


Exec. Prom. Com 


Mr. Robert E. Taylor 


(252)585-1091 


12086 US 158 HWY 


Conway, NC 27820 


Secretary 


Mrs. Pearl D. Brown 


(252) 585-3655 


PO Box 58 


Conway, NC 27820 


Stewardship 


Mr. David Simmons 


(252)585-0177 


642 Phillips Hill Road 


Conway, NC 27820 


Sunday School Dir 


Mr. Phillip Davis 


(252)585-0941 


PO Box 508 


Conway, NC 27820 


Treasurer 


Mrs. Pearl D. Brown 


(252) 585-3655 


PO Box 58 


Conway, NC 27820 


WMU Director 


Mrs. Sandra Vann 


(252)585-1381 


12396 US 158 Hwy 


Conway, NC 27820 


Youth Min 


Mrs. Debbie B. Vinson 


(252) 585-0977 


2 1 52 Vaughan Creek Road 


Pendleton, NC 27862 


Creech Memorial 










ACP Contact 


Mr. Dale Phelps 


(252)332-3161 


320 Baker St W 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Organist 


Mrs. Nan Johnson 


(252)332-4421 


204 East Street 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Pianist 


Mrs. Sonya Woodard 


(252) 332-5200 


145CorellaRd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Clerk 


Mr. Doug J. Askew 


(252)332-7913 


317 Baker St W 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Deacon Chairmen 


Mr. Billy G. Woodard 


(252) 332-5200 


145CorellaRd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Discipleship Dir 


Mrs. Shirley Bracy 


(252) 332-3332 


1012 Stokes St E 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Music Dir 


Mr. Doug J. Askew 


(252)332-7913 


317 Baker St W 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Secretary 


Mrs. Betty Willoughby 


(252) 332-2902 


2212 US Hwy 13 S 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Sunday School Dir 


Mr. Joe Lassiter 


(252) 332-2273 


PO Box 322 


Powellsville, NC 27967 


Treasurer 


Mr. Billy G. Woodard 


(252) 332-5200 


145CorellaRd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


WMU Director 


Mrs. Daphne J. Askew 


(252) 332-2672 


1 002 W Troy St 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Youth Min 


Mr. Joe Lassiter 


(252) 332-2273 


PO Box 322 


Powellsville, NC 27967 



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Creeksville 

ACP Contact 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Brotherhood Dir 

Music Dir 

Pastor 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Secretary 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Earlys 

ACP Contact 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Music Dir 

Pastor 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Edgewood 

ACP Contact 

Organist 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Evangelism 

Brotherhood Dir 

Music Dir 

Pastor 

Secretary 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Elam 

ACP Contact 

Organist 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Brotherhood Dir 

Music Dir 

Pastor 



Mrs. Ola Mae Barrett 
Mrs. Judy Draper 
Mrs. Ola Mae Barrett 
Mr. Turner Draper 
Mr. Jimmy Dawson 
Mrs. Teresa Derrick 
Dr. Brian Derrick 
Mr. Turner Draper 
Mr. James Bridgers Sr. 
Mr. Jimmy Bridgers 
Mrs. Ann V. Burgess 
Mrs. Ola Mae Barrett 

Mrs. Carolyn E. Brinkley 
Mrs. Betsy McSwain 
Mrs. Carolyn E. Brinkley 
Mr. Douglas W. Brinkley 
Mrs. Elaine Myers 
Rev. Ronald W. McSwain 
Mr. Lawrence W. Myers 
Mr. Robert E. Brinkley 
Mr. Robert E. Brinkley 
Mrs. Elaine Myers 

Mrs. Anita E. Hoggard 
Mr. Joey Baggett 
Mrs. Diane Dunlow 
Mrs. Anita E. Hoggard 
Mr. J.E. Bowen 
Mr. Wilton Rawls 
Mr. J.E. Bowen 
Mrs. Roberta Hoggard 
Rev. Christopher Lee 
Mrs. Anita E. Hoggard 
Mr. J.E. Bowen 
Mr. Charles Phelps 
Mrs. Hope Lee 

Mrs. Darlene E. Jemigan 
Mr. Joey Davis 
Mrs. Brenda Dickens 
Mrs. Darlene E. Jemigan 
Mr. Leon Dickens 
Mr. Elliott Stephenson 
Mr. Leon Dickens 
Rev. Skip Cook 



(252)585-0159 


981 Bynum Rd 


Seaboard, NC 27876 


(252)585-1704 


1137 Creeksville Rd 


Conway, NC 27820 


(252) 585-0159 


981 Bynum Rd 


Seaboard, NC 27876 


(252)585-1704 


1137 Creeksville Rd 


Conway, NC 27820 


(252) 585-0855 


1932 NCHS East Rd 


Conway, NC 27820 


(252) 585-3764 


598NCHS East Rd 


Conway, NC 27820 


(252) 585-3764 


1 26 Jenkins Mill Rd 


Conway, NC 27820 


(252)585-1704 


1137 Creeksville Rd 


Conway, NC 27820 


(252) 585-1449 


1138 Jenkins Mill Rd 


Conway, NC 27820 


(252)585-1833 


1094 Jenkins Mill Rd 


Conway, NC 27820 


(252) 585-0062 


1574 Creeksville Rd 


Conway, NC 27820 


(252)585-0159 


981 Bynum Rd 


Seaboard, NC 27876 


(252) 332-2667 


310 S Early Station Rd 


Ahoskie.NC 27910 


(252) 332-2923 


PO Box 632 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


(252) 332-2667 


310 S Early Station Rd 


Ahoskie,NC 27910 


(252) 332-2953 


515 W Memorial Dr 


Ahoskie,NC 27910 


(252) 332-2074 


5 1 2 S Curtis St 


Ahoskie,NC 27910 


(252) 332-2923 


PO BOX 632 


Ahoskie,NC 27910 


(252) 332-2074 


512 Curtis St S 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


(252) 332-2667 3 1 Early Station Rd 


Ahoskie.NC 27910 


(252) 332-2667 


310 S Early Station Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


(252) 332-2074 


512 S Curtis St 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


(252) 794^573 


418 US 13 N 


Windsor, NC 27983 


(252) 794-9492 


202 W Watson St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


(252)794-3691 


405 N King St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


(252) 794-4573 


418 US 13 N 


Windsor, NC 27983 


(252)794-4517 


1 203 Tennyson Ln 


Windsor, NC 27983 


(252) 794-2840 


7 1 6 Greens Cross Rd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


(252)794-4517 


1203 Tennyson Ln 


Windsor, NC 27983 


(252) 794-4171 


1 1 5 Lea Lumber Co Rd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


(252) 794-2839 


348 US Highway 13 N 


Windsor, NC 27983 


(252) 794-4573 


418 US 13 N 


Windsor, NC 27983 


(252)794-4517 


1 203 Tennyson Ln 


Windsor, NC 27983 


(252) 794-2862 


209 W Gray St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


(252) 794-2839 


348 US 13 N 


Windsor, NC 27983 



(252)589-5791 PO Box 37 

(252)589-1191 PO Box 68 

(252) 534-368 1 1 802 Hargraves Rd 

(252)589-5791 PO Box 37 

(252) 534-368 1 1 802 Hargraves Rd 

(252) 534-3647 1417 jackson Bypass Rd 

(252) 534-368 1 1 802 Hargraves Rd 

(252)589-5791 PO Box 37 



Jackson, NC 27845 
Seaboard, NC 27876 
Garysburg,NC 27831 
Jackson, NC 27845 
Garysburg,NC 2783 
Seaboard, NC 27876 
Garysburg,NC 27831 
Gumberry,NC 27838 



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Secretary Mrs. Brenda Dickens 

Sunday School Dir Mr. Leon Dickens 



Mr. William Stephenson 
Mrs. Nancy G. Stephenson 
Mr. Mike Davis 

Mr. Floyd Banner 
Mrs. Cathy Blowe 
Mr. Floyd Banner 
Mr. Faron Mizelle 
Mrs. Karen Mizelle 
Mr. Frazier Metcalfe 
Mr. Aubrey Mizelle 
Rev. Paul F. LaPrevotte 
Mr. Aubrey Mizelle 



Treasurer 
WMU Director 
Youth Min 

Elm Grove 

ACP Contact 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Discipleship Dir 

Brotherhood Dir 

Music Dir 

Pastor 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Sunday School Dir Mr. Faron Mizelle 

Treasurer Mrs. Rhonda Riddick 

WMU Director Mrs. Joyce Mizelle 

First Baptist Ahoskie 

ACP Contact Mrs. Janet H. Askew 

Organist Mrs. Libby Tilson 

Pianist Mr. Bland Baker 

Clerk Mrs. Joy Vara 

Deacon Chairmen Mr. Mike Jones 

Librarian Miss Jeanne Benthall 

Brotherhood Dir Mr. James Early 

Music Dir Mr. Danny Vancil 

Pastor Dr. Jesse J. Croom 

Prayer Ministry Mrs. Mary Anne Croom 

Exec. Prom. Com Mrs. Margaret Springfield 

Secretary Mrs. Janet H. Askew 
Miss Judy G. Pierce 

Sunday School Dir Mr. Charles Freeman 



(252) 534-368 1 1 802 Hargraves Rd 

(252) 534-368 1 1 802 Hargraves Rd 

(252) 536-3077 3350 Cornwallis Rd 

(252) 536-3077 3350 Cornwallis Rd 

(252)589-3541 PO Box 534 



Garysburg,NC 27831 
Garysburg,NC 27831 
Garysburg,NC 27831 
Garysburg,NC 27831 
Seaboard, NC 27876 



Treasurer 
WMU Director 
Youth Min 

Galatia 

ACP Contact 

Organist 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Discipleship Dir 

Brotherhood Dir 

Librarian 

Music Dir 

Pastor 



Mrs. Kay V. Byrd 
Mrs. Jamie Bums 
Miss Jennifer Joyner 

Mrs. Julia B. Britton 
Mr. Elliott Davis 
Mrs. Suzanne Van Rijn 
Mrs. Julia B. Britton 
Mr. David Helms 
Mrs. Beth Foster 
Mr. Richard Hines 
Mrs. Reba B. Davis 
Mrs. Penny S. Davis 
Rev. David T. Foster 



(252) 794-4782 
(252)794-5451 
(252) 356-2876 
(252) 794-4538 
(252)794-1319 
(252) 794-3523 
(252) 794-2661 
(252) 794-4782 
(252) 794-2661 
(252) 794-4538 
(252) 356-2933 
(252) 794-2291 

(252) 332-4888 
(252) 398-5462 
(252)332-2151 
(252) 332-2062 
(252) 209-5485 
(252) 332-3884 
(252) 332-6888 
(252)345-1181 
(252) 332-6120 
(252)332-6120 
(252) 332-5979 
(252) 332-4888 
(252) 332-4079 
(252) 332-2806 
(252)332-5100 
(252) 332-7583 
(252) 332-5725 

(252)585-1195 
(252)585-1090 
(252)589-1410 
(252)585-1195 
(252) 585-0483 
(252)585-1121 
(252)585-1700 
(252)585-1515 
(252)585-1174 
(252)585-1121 



638 Elm Grove Rd 

148 Jesse Hoggard Rd 
945 Elm Grove Rd 
725 Elm Grove Rd 
119ExterRd 

709 Elm Grove Rd 
547 Elm Grove Rd 
638 Elm Grove Rd 
547 Elm Grove Rd 
725 Elm Grove Rd 
!614WakelonRd 
1 1 8 Exter Rd 

149 Forest Dr 
435 Woodridge Dr 
610 Hayes St W 
817 Main St W 

228 Country Club Rd 
501 IstStW 
400 Ruth Ave 
PO Box 756 
601 Curtis St N 
601 Curtis St N 
723 Church St W 
149 Forest Dr 
615 Lloyd St S 
138 Albemarle Ave 
PO Box 411 
140 Forest Dr 
706 W Church St 

1443 Galatia Road 

8487US-158Hwy 

PO Box 366 

1443 Galatia Road 

PO Box 508 

1 1 97 Galatia Road 

2623 Galatia Road 

2525 Deberry's Mill Road 

137 Deberry's Mill Road 

11 97 Galatia Road 



Colerain, 


NC 


27924 


Colerain. 


NC 


27924 


Colerain, 


NC 


27924 


Colerain, 


NC 


27924 


Colerain. 


NC 


27924 


Colerain. 


NC 


27924 


Colerain. 


NC 


27924 


Colerain. 


NC 


27924 


Colerain. 


NC 


27924 


Colerain. 


NC 


27924 


Colerain. 


NC 


27924 


Colerain. 


NC 


27924 


Ahoskie, 


NC 


27910 


Murfreesboro 


, NC 27855 


Ahoskie, NC 


27910 


Ahoskie, 


NC 


27910 


Ahoskie, 


NC 


27910 


Ahoskie, NC 


27910 


Ahoskie, NC 


27910 


Aulandei 


■, NC 


27805 


Ahoskie, NC 


27910 


Ahoskie, NC 


27910 


Ahoskie, NC 


27910 


Ahoskie, NC 


27910 


Ahoskie, 


NC 


27910 


Ahoskie, NC 


27910 


Ahoskie, NC 


27910 


Ahoskie, NC 


27910 


Ahoskie, 


NC 


27910 



Pendleton, NC 27862 
Seaboard, NC 27876 
Seaboard, NC 27876 
Pendleton, NC 27862 
Severn, NC 27877 
Seaboard, NC 27876 
Pendleton, NC 27862 
Conway, NC 27820 
Conway, NC 27820 ' 
Seaboard, NC 27876 



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Exec. Piom. Com 


Rev. Richard D. Davis 


(252)585-1560 


2525 Deberry's Mill Road 


Pendleton, NC 27862 


Secretary 


Mrs. Terry R. Britton 


(252)585-1624 


2525 Deberry's Mill Road 


Pendleton, NC 27862 


Stewardship 


Mr. David Britton 


(252)585-0212 


2525 Deberry's Mill Road 


Pendleton, NC 27862 


Sunday School Dir 


Mr. W. N. Taylor 


(252) 585-0553 


8457 US-158 Hwy 


Seaboard, NC 27876 


Treasurer 


Mr. Billy Britton 


(252) 585-0943 


1403 Galatia Road 


Seaboard, NC 27876 


WMU Director 


Mrs. Julia B. Britton 


(252)585-1195 


1 443 Galatia Road 


Pendleton, NC 27862 


Youth Min 


Mrs. Sue Rose 


(252) 585-1501 


8295 US-158 Hwy 


Seaboard, NC 27876 


Greens Cross 










ACP Contact 


Mrs. Lillian O. Harden 


(252)794-3717 


1020 US Highway 17 N 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Organist 


Mrs. Yvonne M. Williams 


(252) 794-4960 


705 S Queen St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Pianist 


Mrs. Donna Pierce 


(252) 482-5644 


231 Hickory Fork Rd 


Edenton, NC 27932 


Clerk 


Mrs. Lillian O. Harden 


(252)794-3717 


1020 US Highway 17 N 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Deacon Chairmen 


Mr. George A. Harden 


(252)794-3717 


1020 US Highway 17 N 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Discipleship Dir 


Mrs. Wilma T. Simmons 


(252)794-1852 


339 US Highway 17 N 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Evangelism 


Rev. Michael B. Bailey 


(252) 794^566 


303 US Highway 17 N 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Brotherhood Dir 


Mr. Donnie Spivey 


(252) 794^722 


1561 S King St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Mission Dcv 


Mrs. Jean Simpson 


(252)794-2201 


113 Wren Ln 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Music Dir 


Mrs. Yvonne M. Williams 


(252) 794-4960 


705 S Queen St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Pastor 


Rev. Michael B. Bailey 


(252) 794-4566 


303 US Highway 1 7 N 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Prayer Ministry 


Mrs. Jean Simpson 


(252) 794-2201 


113 Wren Ln 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Exec. Prom. Com 


Mr. George A. Harden 


(252)794-3717 


1020 US Highway 17 N 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Secretary 


Mrs. Lillian 0. Harden 


(252)794-3717 


1020 US Highway 17 N 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Stewardship 


Mrs. Yvonne M. Williams 


(252) 794-4960 


705 S Queen St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Sunday School Dir 


Mr. Donnie Spivey 


(252) 794-4722 


1561 S King St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Treasurer 


Mrs. Margaret B. Mizelle 


(252)794-3921 


703 Bertie Ave 


Windsor, NC 27983 


WMU Director 


Mrs. Jean Simpson 


(252) 794-2201 


113 Wren Ln 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Harrellsville 










ACP Contact 


Mrs. Jean L. Mason 


(252) 356-2670 


341 Swains Mill Rd 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


Pianist 


Mrs. Mary Lou B. Sullivan 


(252) 356-4860 


119 Apache Rd 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


Clerk 


Mrs. Jean L. Mason 


(252) 356-2670 


341 Swains Mill Rd 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


Deacon Chairmen 


Mr. Luther Whitley 


(252)356-2102 


242 Cullen Road 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


Librarian 


Mrs. Alice . Jarrell 


(252) 356-4272 


PO Box 407 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


Music Dir 


Mrs. Donna C. Lowers 


(252) 356-2941 


405 Wiccacon Rd 


Cofield,NC 27922 


Mission Dev 


Mrs. Donna C. Lowers 


(252) 356-2941 


405 Wiccacon Rd 


Cofield,NC 27922 


Pastor 


Rev. James Jarrell 


(252) 356-4477 


PO Box 407 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


Exec. Prom. Com 


Mr. Clarence R. Crawford 


(252) 356-2127 


409 Wiccacon Rd 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


Secretary 


Mrs. Jean L. Mason 


(252) 356-2670 


341 Swains Mill Rd 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


Sunday School Dir 


Mr. Robert D. Dantz 


(252) 356-4294 


PO Box 364 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


Treasurer 


Mr. James W. Mason 


(252) 356-2670 


341 Swains Mill Rd 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


WMU Director 


Mrs. Donna C. Lowers 


(252) 356-2941 


405 Wiccacon Rd 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


Youth Min 


Mrs. Alice Jarrell 


(252) 356-4272 


PO Box 407 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 



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Holly Grove 










ACP Contact 


Mrs. Evelyn Byrd 


(252) 345-6832 


939 Hexlena Rd 


Aulander, NC 27805 


Organist 


Miss Viola Perry 


(252) 332-6247 


210 W Main St 


Powellsville, NC 27967 


Exec. Prom. Com 


Mr. Thomas Ruffin 


(252) 332-3801 


2334 US Highway 13 N 


Ahoskie,NC 27910 


Clerk 


Mrs. Evelyn Byrd 


(252) 345-6832 


939 Hexlena Rd 


Aulander, NC 27805 


Music Dir 


Mr. Thomas Ruffin 


(252) 332-3801 


2334 US Highway 13 N 


Ahoskie,NC 27910 


Sunday School Dir 


Mr. Thomas Ruffin 


(252) 332-3801 


2334 US Highway 13 N 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Treasurer 


Mrs. Inez Simons 


(252) 332-2407 


PO Box 232 


Powellsville, NC 27967 


WMU Director 


Mrs. Mildred Narron 


(252) 794-2461 


2 1 6 Narron Ln 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Holly Springs 










ACP Contact 


Mrs. Mary Ann Howell 


(252) 398-8691 


351 Buckhorn Church Rd 


Como, NC 27818 


Pianist 


Mrs. Kathy E. Blowe 


(252)358-6261 


137 Tunis Rd 


Winton, NC 27986 


Clerk 


Mrs. Betty H. Eure 


(252) 332-4846 


RR 4 Box 1 2r 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Deacon Chairmen 


Mr. Allen Wall 


(252) 356-2007 


141 Wiccacon Rd 


Cofield,NC 27922 


Music Dir 


Mrs. Kathy E. Blowe 


(252) 358-6261 


137 Tunis Rd 


Winton, NC 27986 


Ordained Ministers 


Rev. Gilbert Crawford 


(252) 357-0405 


1 69 Taylor Mill Rd 


Eure.NC 27935 


Exec. Prom. Com 


Mr. Curtis S. Eure 


(252) 332-4846 


702 Hall Siding Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Secretary 


Mrs. Mary Ann Howell 


(252)398-8691 


351 Buckhorn Church Rd 


Como,NC 27818 


Sunday School Dir 


Mr. Curtis S. Eure 


(252) 332-4846 


702 Hall Siding Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Treasurer 


Mrs. Betty H. Eure 


(252) 332-4846 


702 Hall Siding Rd 


Ahoskie, NC 27910 


Youth Min 


Mr. Raymond Eure 


(252) 356-2739 


236 Pawnee Rd 


Harrellsville, NC 27942 


Hortons 










ACP Contact 


Mrs. Frances Bazemore 


(252) 794-4990 


804 S King St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Organist 


Mrs. Frances Bazemore 


(252) 794-4990 


804 S King St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Pianist 


Mrs. Frances Bazemore 


(252) 794-4990 


804 S King St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Clerk 


Mrs. Brenda Jenkins 


(252) 539-2723 


1307NC305 


Woodland, NC 27983 


Deacon Chairmen 


Mr. Dennis Bazemore 


(252) 794-4990 


804 S King St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Pastor 


Rev. Alan K Mizelle 


(252) 345-7821 


PO Box 1 60 


Aulander, NC 27805 


Exec. Prom. Com 


Mr. Dennis Bazemore 


(252) 794-4990 


804 S King St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Secretary 


Mr. Robert Banner 


(252)345-7821 


804 S King St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Treasurer 


Mrs. Frances Bazemore 


(252) 794^990 


804 S King St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Youth Min 


Mrs. Frances Bazemore 


(252) 794-4990 


804 S King St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


ACP Contact 


Mrs. Kim Johnson 


(252) 534-5321 


PO Box 567 


Jackson, NC 27845 


Pianist 


Mrs. Susan Harrell 


(252) 534-2091 


PO Box 365 


Jackson, NC 27845 


Clerk 


Mrs. Kim Johnson 


(252) 534-5321 


PO Box 567 


Jackson, NC 27845 


Deacon Chairmen 


Mr. W J Little Jr. 


(252) 534-6521 


2347 Fire Tower Rd 


Jackson, NC 27845 


Disciplcship Dir 


Mrs. Kim Johnson 


(252) 534-3541 


306 N Church Street 


Jackson, NC 27845 


Music Dir 


Mrs. Susan Harrell 


(252)534-3541 


306 N Church Street 


Jackson, NC 27845 


Pastor 


Rev. Billy Howell 


(252)534-2321 


PO Box 445 


Jackson, NC 27845 


Secretary 


Mrs. Tammy Martin 


(252)534-3541 


306 N Church Street 


Jackson, NC 27845 


Sunday School Dir 


Mr. B H Harrell Jr. 


(252)534-6851 


PO Box 96 


Jackson, NC 27845 


Treasurer 


Mrs. Betty B. Nance 


(252)534-3281 


502 N Church Street 


Jackson, NC 27845 


WMU Director 


Alice M. Warrick 


(252)534-6891 


PO Box 201 


Jackson, NC 27845 



46 



Kelford 

Organist 

Deacon Chairmen 
Music Dir 
Exec. Prom. Com 
Sunday School Dir 
Treasurer 
WMU Director 
Clerk 

Lasker 

ACP Contact 
Treasurer 
Deacon Chairmen 
Pianist 
Clerk 

Brotherhood Dir 
Exec. Prom. Com 
Secretary 
WMU Director 

Lawrence 

ACP Contact 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Brotherhood Dir 

Music Dir 

Pastor 

RA Director 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Secretary 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Lewiston First 

Organist 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Brotherhood Dir 

Secretary 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 



Mrs. Effie Vick 
Mrs. Alice M. Parker 
Mrs. Effie Vick 
Mrs. Hilda J. Davidson 
Rev. Henry C. Boschen Jr. 
Mrs. Effie Vick 
Mrs. Alice M. Parker 
Mrs. Hilda J. Davidson 

Mrs. Betty Lou Barnes 
Mrs. Judy Collier 
Mrs. Betty Lou Barnes 
Mrs. Laurie H. Hulin 
Ms. Betty Lou Barnes 
Mr. David Lassiter 
Mr. Dick Collier 
Ms. Betty Lou Barnes 
Mrs. Joan Lassiter 

Mr. Michael E. Edwards 
Mrs. Pam W. White 
Mr. Michael E. Edwards 
Mr. William G. Sallenger 
Mr. William G. Sallenger 
Mrs. Lori Harrell 
Rev. James N. Baggett 
Mr. Rick Harrell 
Mr. William G. Sallenger 
Mrs. Joyce S. Harden 
Mr. Michael E. Edwards 
Mrs. Jane Cobb 
Mrs. Linda W. Harden 

Mrs. Diane Harrington 
Mrs. Carolyn Fornes 
Mrs. Dale Vaughan 
Mr. Charles Vaughan 
Mr. Cecil Parker 
Mrs. Gladys White 
Mrs. Dale Vaughan 
Mr. Larry Mizelle 
Mrs. Linda Mizell 



(252)344-5971 307 S Main St 

(252)344-2830 PO 202 

(252)344-5971 PO Box 69 

(252) 344-2001 649 Harrell Siding Rd 

(252)344-7221 PO Box 69 

(252)344-5971 307 S Main St 

(252)344-2830 PO 202 

(252) 344-2001 649 Harrell Siding Rd 



(252)534-2715 
(252)539-2861 
(252)534-2715 
(252) 539-2958 
(252)539-2715 
(252) 539-2697 
(252)539-2861 
(252)539-2715 
(252) 539-2833 

(252) 794-4091 
(252) 794-4697 
(252)794-4091 
(252) 794-2679 
(252) 794-2679 
(252) 794-5230 
(252)794-3861 
(252) 794-5230 
(252) 794-2679 
(252) 794-3871 
(252) 794-4091 
(252) 794-3879 
(252) 794-2782 



PO Box 474 
101 E Church St 
PO Box 474 
203 Church St 
PO Box 474 
PO Box 668 
101 Church St 
PO Box 474 
213 E Church St 

1931 Cooper Hill Rd 
127 Cooper Hill Rd 
1931 Cooper Hill Rd 
1121 Cooper Hill Rd 
1121 Cooper Hill Rd 
1144 San SouciRd 
1008 US Hwy 13- 17 South 
1144 San SouciRd 
1121 Cooper Hill Rd 
746 Cooper Hill Rd 
1931 Cooper Hill Rd 
1649WoodardRd 
745 Cooper Hill Rd 



(252)348-2329 PO Box 519 
(252) 345-1 757 1242 Early Station Rd 
(252)348-2388 PO Box 235 
(252)348-2388 PO Box 235 
(252)348-2216 PO Box 157 
(252)348-2211 PO Box 158 
(252)348-2388 PO Box 235 
(252)348-2689 PO Box 442 
(252)348-2689 PO Box 442 



Kelford, NC 27847 
Kelford, NC 27847 
Roxobel,NC 27872 
Kelford, NC 27847 
Roxobel, NC 27872 
Kelford, NC 27847 
Kelford, NC 27847 
Kelford, NC 27847 

Rich Square, NC 27869 
Lasker, NC 27845 
Rich Square, NC 27869 
Lasker, NC 27845 
Rich Square, NC 27869 
Rich Square, NC 27869 
Lasker, NC 27845 
Rich Square, NC 27869 
Lasker, NC 27845 



Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 

Lewiston, NC 
Aulander, NC 
Lewiston, NC 
Lewiston, NC 
Lewiston, NC 
Lewiston, NC 
Lewiston, NC 
Lewiston, NC 
Lewiston, NC 



27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 
27983 

27849 
27805 
27849 
27849 
27849 
27849 
27849 
27849 
27849 



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Margarettsville 

Pastor 

Music Dir 

WMU Director 

Treasurer 

Sunday School Dir 

Deacon Chairmen 
Pianist 
Clerk 

Brotherhood Dir 
Exec. Prom. Com 

Mars Hill 

ACP Contact 

Organist 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Music Dir 

Brotherhood Dir 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Meberrin 

ACP Contact 

Organist 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Librarian 

Brotherhood Dir 

Music Dir 

Pastor 

Prayer Ministry 

RA Director 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Secretary 

Stewardship 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 



Rev. Jimmy Cox 

Mrs. Mildred Glover 

Mrs. Shirley Vaughan 

Mr. Jack Harlan 

Mr. J. M. Vick 

Mr. J. M. Vick 
Mrs. Mildred Glover 
Mrs. Shirley G. Vaughan 

Mr. J. M. Vick 
Mr. J. M. Vick 

Mrs. Peggy Jones 
Mrs. Carrie Anderson 
Mrs. Ruth Davidson 
Mrs. Peggy Jones 
Mr. H. E. Davidson Jr. 
Mrs. Peggy Jones 
Mr. Glen Davidson 
Mr. Al Hughson 
Mr. Glenn Davidson 
Mrs. Margaret Davidson 
Mrs. Diane Hughson 

Mrs. Jennifer Bennett 
Mrs. Joyce Miller 
Mrs. Bettie Colson 
Mrs. Jennifer Bennett 
Mr. Albert B. Flanagan 
Mrs. Ellen Liverman 
Mr. Buddy Woodard 
Mrs. Ruth Anne Flanagan 
Rev. Billy Sellers 
Mrs. Debbie Edwards 
Mr. Dan Johnson 
Mrs. Rebecca Parrish 
Mrs. Ellen Liverman 
Mr. David Lane 
Mr. Vernon Joyner 
Mr. Jerry Cowan 
Mrs. Phyllis Parker 



(252)589-2510 PO Box 387 
(252)589^851 POBox21 
(252)589-9301 253 Margarettsville Rd 
(252) 589-1873 7321 NC 186 Hwy 
(252)589-3531 PO Box 42 
(252)589-3531 PO Box 42 



Seaboard, NC 27876 
Margarettsville, NC 27853 
Margarettsville, NC 27853 
Margarettsville, NC 27853 
Margarettsville, NC 27853 
Margarettsville, NC 27853 



(252)589^1851 


P0 21 


Margarettsville, NC 27853 


(252)589-9301 


253 Margarettsville Rd 


Margarettsville, NC 27853 


(252)589-3531 


PO Box 42 


Margarettsville, NC 27853 


(252)589-3531 


PO Box 42 


Margarettsville, NC 27853 


(252)356-2187 


537 Morris Ford Rd 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-4593 


109 Quebec Rd 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252)356-2519 


606 NC Highway 42 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252)356-2187 


537 Morris Ford Rd 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252)356-2541 


1401 Meadow Rd 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252)356-2187 


537 Morris Ford Rd 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-4965 


305 Quebec Rd 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-2356 


1247 Meadow Rd 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-4965 


305 Quebec Rd 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252) 356-2541 


1401 Meadow Rd 


Colerain. NC 27924 


(252) 356-2356 


1247 Meadow Road 


Colerain, NC 27924 


(252)398-8168 


PO Box 654 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


(252) 398-3328 


RR 1 Box 411 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


(252) 398-4440 


PO Box 601 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


(252)398-8168 


PO Box 654 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


(252) 398-4663 


519 Meherrin Ln 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


(252) 398-4753 


303 Maple Dr 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


(252) 984-4742 


PO Box 734 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


(252) 398-4294 


408 Holly Hill Rd 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


(252) 398-4963 


513 Meherrin Ln 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


(252) 398-4860 


714 Edgewood Dr 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


(252)398-5310 


1 14 Spring Ave 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


(252) 398-8333 


309 Holly Hill Rd 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


(252) 398-4753 


303 Maple Dr 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


(252) 398-5956 


RR 1 Box 130d 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


(252)398-3931 


RR 1 Box 420 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


(252) 398-4423 


RR 1 Box 217 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


(252)398-5130 


101 Pecan Dr 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 



48 



Menola 

ACP Contact 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Music Dir 

Pastor 

RA Director 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Merry Hill 

ACP Contact 

Organist 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Brotherhood Dir 

Music Dir 

Pastor 

WMU Director 

Exec. Prom. Com 
Secretary 

Sunday School Dir 
Treasurer 
Youth 

Mt. Carmel 

ACP Contact 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Secretary 

Sunday School Dir 

WMU Director 

Youth Min 

Music Dir 

Treasurer 

Mt Tabor 

ACP Contact 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Librarian 

Brotherhood Dir 

Music Dir 

Pastor 



Mrs. Kate Barber 
Miss Evelyn Jones 
Mrs. Kate Barber 
Mr. William Burkett 
Rev. Herman Hicks 
Rev. Herman Hicks 
Mrs. Myra Northcott 
Miss Sally A. Barber 
Mr. Johnnie Burke 
Miss Sally A. Barber 
Miss Sally A. Barber 

Mrs. Jean O. Cobb 
Mrs. Carolyn Smithwick 
Mrs. Virginia Barfield 
Mrs. Jean O. Cobb 
Mr. Tony Hughes 
Mr. Frank Bunch 
Mrs. Carolyn Smithwick 
Rev. Michael Bryant 
Mrs. Millie Bunch 
Mr. Bert Willis Jr. 
Mrs. Jean O. Cobb 
Mr. Charles Evans 
Mrs. Cindy Pierce 
Mrs. Peggy Castelloe 

Mrs. Nancy G. Stephenson 
Mrs. Edith Drewette 
Mrs. Nancy G. Stephenson 
Mr. Charles Stephenson 
Mrs. Nancy G. Stephenson 
Mr. Charles Stephenson 
Mrs. Edith Drewette 
Mrs. Evelyn A. Stephenson 
Mrs. Edith Drewette 
Mrs. Evelyn A. Stephenson 

Mrs. Betty K. Braxton 
Mrs. Annie M. Wood 
Mrs. Betty K. Braxton 
Dr. Brenda S. Tinkham 
Miss Patty Luna 
Mr. Melvin T. Matthews 
Mrs. Phyllis S. Hale 
Rev. Oliver W. Hale 



(252)587-1608 
(252) 587-5001 
(252)587-1608 
(252) 587-471 1 
(252)587-1608 
(252)587-1608 
(252)587-9641 
(252) 332-2547 
(252) 587-6461 
(252) 332-2547 
(252) 332-2547 

(252) 482-4637 
(252) 482-8260 
(252)482-4312 
(252) 482^637 
(252) 482-2663 
(252)482-8178 
(252) 482-8260 
(252) 482-3875 
(252)482-8178 
(252) 482-2043 
(252) 482^637 
(252) 482-3932 
(252) 482-4277 
(252) 482-8232 

(252)534-6301 
(252) 534-5891 
(252) 534-6301 
(252)534-3621 
(252) 534-6301 
(252)534-3621 

(252)534-5891 
(252)534-3621 
(252) 534-5891 
(252)534-3621 

(252) 398^924 
(252) 539-2977 
(252) 398-4924 

(252)398-3210 
(252) 396-0038 
(252)398-3168 
(252) 398-3266 
(252) 398-3266 



1002 Menola Saint John Rd 

127 Henry Brown Rd 

1002 Menola Saint John Rd 

POBox 153 

PO Box 403 

PO Box 403 

153BloweRd 

149 NC Highway 561 W 

1540 Benthall Bridge Rd 

149 NC Highway 561 W 

149 NC Highway 561 W 

1521 US Highway 17 N 

1229 NC Highway 45 S 

POBox 116 

1521 US Highway 17 N 

105 Printers Ln 

PO Box 2 

1 229 NC Highway 45 S 

PO Box 68 

PO Box 2 

POBox 145 

1521 US Highway 17 N 

132 Tiptoe Rd 

1250 Peterson Church Rd 

1318 US 17N 



3178 Mount 
3664 Mount 
3178 Mount 
3987 Mount 
3178 Mount 
3987 Mount 
3664 Mount 
3987 Mount 
3664 Mount 
3987 Mount 



Carmel Road 
Carmel Road 
Carmel Road 
Carmel Road 
Carmel Road 
Carmel Road 
Carmel Road 
Carmel Road 
Carmel Road 
Carmel Road 



1348USHwy 158 W 
1846 Dusty Hill Rd 
1348USHwy 158 W 
153 Tom Browne Rd 
613 Spring Ave. 
136 E Woodrow School Rd 
814USHwy 158 W 
814USHwy 158 W 



Woodland, NC 27897 
Woodland, NC 27897 
Woodland, NC 27897 
Woodland, NC 27897 
Woodland, NC 27897 
Woodland, NC 27897 
Ahoskie,NC 27910 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 

Merry Hill, NC 27957 
Windsor, NC 27983 
Merry Hill, NC 27957 
Merry Hill, NC 27957 
Merry Hill, NC 27957 
Merry Hill, NC 27957 
Windsor, NC 27983 
Merry Hill, NC 27957 
Merry Hill, NC 27957 
Merry Hill, NC 27957 
Merry Hill, NC 27957 
Edenton,NC 27932 
Windsor, NC 27983 
Windsor, NC 27983 

Seaboard, NC 27876 
Seaboard, NC 27876 
Seaboard, NC 27876 
Jackson, NC 27845 
Seaboard, NC 27876 
Jackson, NC 27845 
Seaboard, NC 27876 
Jackson, NC 27845 
Seaboard, NC 27876 
Jackson, NC 27845 

Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Conway, NC 27820 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 



4 l ) 



Exec. Prom. Com 
Sunday School Dir 
Treasurer 
WMU Director 
Youth Min 

Murfreesboro 

ACP Contact 

Clerk 

Music Dir 
Librarian 
Deacon Chairmen 
Ordained Ministers 



Pastor 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Secretary 

Stewardship 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Youth Director 

New Hope 

ACP Contact 

Pianist 

Clerk 

GA Director 

Music Dir 

Pastor 

Prayer Ministry 

Deacon Chairmen 

Secretary 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

Oak Grove 

ACP Contact 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Pastor 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 



Mr. Claud King 

Mr. Otho Hale 

Mr. Melvin T. Matthews 

Dr. Brenda S. Tinkham 

Mrs. Daisy Warren 

Mrs. Alycia M. Glasby 
Mrs. Elicia Revelle 
Mr. Gordon Whitley 
Miss Linda Hassell 
Mr. Franklin Lowe 
Rev. Thomas Caulkins 
Mr. Douglas Chismar 
Mr. Clifton Collins 
Dr. Stanley Lott 
Rev. Joe D. McLean 
Mr. Charles Paul 
Dr. Hargus Taylor 
Dr. Bruce Whitaker 
Dr. Davis L. Smith Jr. 
Dr. Hargus Taylor 
Mrs. Alycia M. Glasby 
Mr. Clifton Collins 
Mrs. Susan Alston 
Mr. Clifton Collins 
Mrs. Lynn Gray 
Mrs. Margaret Murray 

Mr. Malcolm Bracy 
Mrs. Emily Leake 
Mr. Malcolm Bracy 
Mrs. Betty Glass 
Mr. Lloyd Burgess 
Rev. George Jeffreys 
Mrs. Joyce Bracy 
Mr. Malcolm Bracy 
Mrs. Joyce Bracy 
Mr. Ben Dempsey 
Mr. Jim Ellis 

Mrs. Carole Skeens 
Mr. Robert Rawls 
Mrs. Carole Skeens 
Mr. McCoy Barmer 
Rev. Bobby Skeens 
Mr. John Williams 
Mrs. Margaret Rawls 



(252) 398-4322 1344 US Highway 158 W 

(252) 398-3266 8 1 4 US Highway 1 58 W 

(252) 398-3 168 1 36 E Woodrow School Rd 

(252) 398-32 10 153 Tom Browne Rd 

(252) 398-3025 1 26 Mt. Tabor Church Rd. 



(252) 398-3658 
(252)398-3751 
(757) 986-4923 
(252) 398-3668 
(252) 398-4288 
(252) 398-3879 
(252) 398-0234 
(252) 398-4953 
(252)398-6221 
(252)398-5841 
(252) 398-4261 
(252) 398-4762 
(252)398-3861 
(252)398-8461 
(252) 398-4762 
(252) 398-3658 
(252) 398-4953 
(252)398-3851 
(252) 398-4953 
(252) 398-4700 
(252) 398-3772 

(252) 332-5696 
(252)332-5321 
(252) 332-5696 
(919)332-3381 
(252) 332-2602 
(252) 345-2668 
(252) 332-5696 
(252) 332-5696 
(252) 332-5696 
(252)332-2021 
(252) 332-8734 

(252) 357-2038 
(252) 345-5436 
(252) 357-2038 
(252)345-4331 
(252) 357-2038 
(252) 345-5601 
(252) 345-5436 



300 W High St 
500 N. Wynn St 
1654 Cypress Chapel Rd 
321 WoodridgeDr 
502 Lakeview Dr 

105 Holly Hill Rd 

106 Chowan Rd 
POBox 101 

100 Jones Dr 

609 Woodridge Dr 
625 Woodland Dr 

101 Springlake Dr 
PO Box 40 

1 1 2 Springlake Dr 

101 Springlake Dr 

300 W High St 

PO 101 

405 Holly Hill Rd 

PO 101 

121 Jay Trail 

7 1 3 Edgewood Dr 

302 Cherry St 
220 Brinkleyville Rd 
302 Cherry St 
RR 1 Box 84d 
1 1 3 Evergreen St 

1 07 Bruce Farmer Rd 
302 Cherry St 

302 Cherry St 
302 Cherry St 
POBox 1261 
126CorellaRd 

1483 NC Highway 37 N 

331 Millennium Rd 

1483 NC Highway 37 N 

PO Box 424 

1483 NC Highway 37 N 

PO Box 265 

344 Millennium Rd 



Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Ahoskie,NC 27910 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 

Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Suffolk, VA 23434 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 

Ahoskie,NC 27910 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 
Ahoskie,NC 27910 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 
Aulander, NC 27805 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 

Gates, NC 27937 
Aulander, NC 27805 
Gates, NC 27937 
Aulander, NC 27805 
Gates, NC 27937 
Aulander, NC 27805 
Aulander, NC 27805 



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WMU Director 
Youth 

Pleasant Grove 

ACP Contact 

Pianist 

Brotherhood Dir 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Music Dir 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

Potecasi 

ACP Contact 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Brotherhood Dir 

Mission Dev 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Potter's House 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Brotherhood Dir 

Pastor 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Treasurer 

Powellsville 

ACP Contact 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Music Dir 

Pastor 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 



Mrs. Judy Williams 
Mr. Greg Hurdle 

Mrs. Frances Evans 
Mrs. Wanda Perry 
Mr. Sherwood Rawls 
Mrs. Frances Evans 
Mr. Ricky Perry 
Mr. Ricky Perry 
Mrs. Jean R. Mitchell 
Mrs. Rachel Morris 
Mrs. Rachel Morris 

Mrs. Betty Dunn 
Mrs. Betty Long 
Mrs. Betty Dunn 
Mr. David Cooper 
Mr. David Cooper 
Mrs. Betty Dunn 
Mr. David Cooper 
Mrs. Elsie B. Hilliard 
Mrs. Louise Cooke 

Mrs. Edith Caraway 
Mrs. Diener J. Thompson 
Mr. Ronnie Thompson 
Mr. Ronnie Thompson 
Rev. Titus Caraway 
Mr. Pete Holley 
Mrs. Carol Holley 

Mrs. Karen Hoggard 

Mr. Robert Perry 

Mrs. Melody Futrell 

Mrs. Karen Hoggard 

Mrs. Catherine Watkins 

Rev. Charles T. Edmondson Jr. 

Mr. Cecil Holloman 

Mrs. Oma F. Askew 

Mrs. Kathy Watkins 



(252)345-5601 PO Box 265 
1146NC461 



(252)396-0018 
(252)587-1611 
(252)345-5451 
(252)396-0018 
(252)587-1611 
(252)587-1611 
(252)345-5681 
(252)345-3601 
(252)345-3601 

(252) 585-1558 
(252) 534-3776 
(252)585-1558 
(252)587-6481 
(252)587-6481 
(252)585-1558 
(252)587-6481 
(252)534-7161 
(252) 587-5241 



147 Tom Browne Rd 
352 Fennell Rd 
PO Box 445 
1 47 Tom Browne Rd 
352 Fennell Rd 
352 Fennell Rd 
503 Rawls Rd 
PO Box 344 
PO Box 344 

175 Backbone Rd 
RR 1 Box 28B 
1 75 Backbone Rd 
PO Box 134 
POBox 134 
175 Backbone Rd 
POBox 134 
POBox 671 
PO Box 52 



(252) 794-5744 841 US 13 North 

(252) 794-3637 304 Elm Grove Rd 

(252) 794-3637 304 Elm Grove Rd 

(252) 794-3637 304 Elm Grove Rd 

(252) 794-5744 841 US Hwy 13 N 

(252) 794-9 110 902 Stokes St 

(252) 794-9 110 902 Stokes St 

(252) 332-3682 1 1 1 Church Rd 

(252) 332-4771 3420 US 13 N 

(252)332-4191 POBox 219 

(252) 332-3682 1 1 1 Church Rd 

(252)332-3544 PO Box 85 

(252)332-3796 PO Box 530 

(252) 332-3823 2933 US Hwy 13 N 

(252) 332-5727 3323 US Hwy 13 N 

(252)332-3544 PO Box 85 



Aulander, NC 27805 
Ahoskie, NC 27910 

Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Woodland, NC 27897 
Aulander, NC 27805 
Murfreesboro, NC 27855 
Woodland, NC 27897 
Woodland, NC 27897 
Aulander, NC 27805 
Aulander, NC 27805 
Aulander, NC 27805 

Conway, NC 27820 
Seaboard, NC 27876 
Conway, NC 27820 
Woodland, NC 27897 
Woodland, NC 27897 
Conway, NC 27820 
Woodland, NC 27897 
Jackson, NC 27845 
Potecasi, NC 27867 



Windsor, NC 
Colerain, NC 
Colerain, NC 
Colerain, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 
Windsor, NC 

Ahoskie, NC 
Ahoskie, NC 
Powellsville, 
Ahoskie, NC 
Powellsville, 
Powellsville, 
Ahoskie, NC 
Ahoskie, NC 
Powellsville, 



27983 
27924 
27924 
27924 
27983 
27983 
27983 

27910 
27910 
NC 27967 
27910 
NC 27967 
NC 27967 
27910 
27910 
NC 27967 



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Pritchard Road 










Pianist 


Mrs. Mary Beth Hill 


(252) 794-2720 


105 W Carrol! St 


Windsor. NC 27983 


Brotherhood Dir 


Mr. Thomas Perry 


(252) 348-2484 


PO Box 543 


Lewiston, NC 27849 


Clerk 


Mrs. Emily Lucas 


(252)345-3110 


1003 NC 305 


Aulander,NC 27805 


Deacon Chairmen 


Mr. Bobby Eubanks 


(252) 794-2224 


103 W Carroll St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Music Dir 


Mr. Jimmy Bartley 


(252) 794-3892 


310 W King St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Pastor 


Rev. David E. Richardson 


(252) 794-3064 


1 802 Woodard Rd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Exec. Prom. Com 


Mr. Bobby Eubanks 


(252) 794-2224 


103 W Carroll St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Sunday School Dir 


Mr. Nathan Bridges 


(252) 794-4769 


108 Baker St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Treasurer 


Mr. Bobby Eubanks 


(252) 794-2224 


103 W Carroll St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Youth Min 


Mrs. Emily Lucas 


(252)345-3110 


1003NC305 


Aulander, NC 27805 


WMU Director 


Mrs. Lucille Dunlow 


(252)794-4271 


1014 Charles St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Republican 










ACP Contact 


Mrs. Pearl White 


(252) 794^237 


301 Sterlingworth St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Pianist 


Mrs. Becky White 


(252) 794-3734 


602 Sterlingworth St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Clerk 


Mrs. Pearl White 


(252) 794-4237 


301 Sterlingworth St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Deacon Chairmen 


Mr. Wilson Jernigan 


(252) 348-2750 


252 Mount Olive Rd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Music Dir 


Mrs. Louise Leary 


(252) 794-4457 


308 N King St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Pastor 


Rev. Harvey Jackson 


(252) 794-3858 


202 Belmont St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Exec. Prom. Com 


Mr. Alton Bazemore 


(252)348-2071 


1431 Republican Rd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Sunday School Dir 


Mr. Edwin Parker 


(252) 794-2879 906 Wayland Dr 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Treasurer 


Mr. Reddick White 


(252) 794-4237 


301 Sterlingworth St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


WMU Director 


Mrs. Jackie Jackson 


(252) 794-3858 


202 Belmont St 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Rich Square 










ACP Contact 


Mrs. Margaret Vick 


(252) 539-2783 


POBox 173 


Rich Square, NC 27869 


Organist 


Mrs. Vera Outland 


(252) 539-2320 


PO Box 410 


Rich Square, NC 27869 


Pianist 


Mr. Winston Hollingsworth 


(252) 539-4220 


PO Box 586 


Rich Square, NC 27869 


Clerk 


Mrs. Margaret Vick 


(252) 539-2783 


PO Box 1 73 


Rich Square, NC 27869 


Deacon Chairmen 


Mr. Billy Ivey 


(252)539-2501 


PO Box 226 


Rich Square, NC 27869 


Brotherhood Dir 


Mr. Ted Tyler 


(252)539-2713 


PO Box 646 


Rich Square, NC 27869 


Pastor 


Rev. Robert Rogers 


(252) 539-2546 


PO Box 589 


Rich Square, NC 27869 


Exec. Prom. Com 


Mr. Billy Ivey 


(252)539-2501 


PO Box 226 


Rich Square, NC 27869 


Secretary 


Mrs. Rita Rogers 


(252) 539-2546 


PO Box 589 


Rich Square, NC 27869 


Sunday School Dir 


Mrs. Cindy Moore 


(252)539-4110 


PO Box 838 


Rich Square, NC 27869 


Treasurer 


Mrs. Sarah Ivey 


(252) 539-2501 


PO Box 226 


Rich Square, NC 27869 


Music Dir 


Mr. Winston Hollingsworth 


(252) 539-4220 


PO Box 586 


Rich Square, NC 27869 


WMU Director 


Mrs. Rita Rogers 


(252) 539-2546 


PO Box 589 


Rich Square, NC 27869 


Stewardship 


Mr. Vernon Taylor 


(252) 539-2756 


PO Box 586 


Rich Square, NC 27869 


Riverside 










ACP Contact 


Mrs. Sarah F. Harrell 


(252) 356-2585 


234 Mount Gould River Rd 


Merry Hill, NC 27957 


Organist 


Mrs. Lynctte Finch 


(252) 443-0676 


200 Tyson Ave 


Rocky Mount, NC 2780 


Pianist 


Mrs. Vicky Hoggard 


(252) 482-4668 


1439 US Highway 17 N 


Merry Hill, NC 27957 


Clerk 


Mrs. Sarah F. Harrell 


(252) 356-2585 


234 Mount Gould River Rd 


Merry Hill, NC 27957 


Deacon Chairmen 


Mr. Darrcll Adams 


(252) 356-2066 


1 003 NC Highway 45 N 


Merry Hill, NC 27957 


Music Dir 


Mrs. Debbie B. Pierce 


(252) 356-2727 


203 Mt. Gould River Rd. 


Merry Hill, NC 27957 


Pastor 


Rev. William A. Jarrell 


(252)356-1774 


1 206 NC Highway 45 N 


Merry Hill, NC 27957 


Exec. Prom. Com 


Mr. Vernon Lee 


(252)356-2125 


2940 Wakelon Rd 


Merry Hill, NC 27957 



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Sunday School Dir 


Mr. Darrell Adams 


(252) 356-2066 


1 003 NC Highway 45 N 


Merry Hill, NC 27957 


Treasurer 


Mrs. Sue Baker 


(252) 356-2633 


1 1 16 NC Highway 45 N 


Merry Hill, NC 27957 


WMU Director 


Mrs. Lisa Corbett 


(252) 356-2555 


1 224 NC Highway 45 N 


Merry Hill, NC 27957 


Robert's Chapel 










ACP Contact 


Mr. Steve Mann 


(252)585-1518 


PO Box 28 


Pendleton, NC 27862 


Pianist 


Mrs. Sandra Woodard 


(252) 585-1 125 


POBox 145 


Pendleton, NC 27862 


Clerk 


Mr. Steve Mann 


(252) 585-0106 


PO Box 28 


Pendleton, NC 27862 


Brotherhood Dir 


Mr. George Edwards 


(252)585-0213 


POBox 117 


Pendleton, NC 27862 


Librarian 


Mrs. Georgia Williams 


(252) 585-0633 


POBox 141 


Pendleton, NC 27862 


Music Dir 


Mrs. Joan Home 


(252)585-1518 


1439 Home Rd 


Pendleton, NC 27862 


Exec. Prom. Com 


Mr. George Edwards 


(252)585-0213 


POBox 117 


Plymouth, NC 27962 


Sunday School Dir 


Mrs. Jane B. Taylor 


(252) 398-3963 


423 Holly Hill Rd 


Murfreesboro, NC 27855 


Treasurer 


Mr. John H. Woodard 


(252)585-1125 


POBox 145 


Pendleton, NC 27862 


WMU Director 


Mrs. Lois Edwards 


(252) 585-0960 


PO Box 55 


Pendleton, NC 27862 


Ross 










Organist 


Mrs. Linda Harrell 


(252) 356-4338 


1649WakelonRd 


Colerain, NC 27924 


Pianist 


Mrs. Betsy Kornegay 


(252) 794-3596 


421 WakelonRd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Clerk 


Mrs. Brenda Cobb 


(252) 794-2880 


404 Bakertown Rd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Deacon Chairmen 


Mr. Basil Hoggard 


(252) 794-2958 


951 Bull Hill Rd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Librarian 


Mrs. Lee Ann Hoggard 


(252) 794-2452 


1050 Bull Hill Rd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Brotherhood Dir 


Mr. Ray Kornegay 


(252) 794-3596 


421 WakelonRd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Music Dir 


Mr. Joseph Hoggard 


(252) 794-3781 


11 10 Bull Hill Rd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Pastor 


Rev. Roger Kiker 


(252) 794^339 


1020 Bull Hill Rd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


RA Director 


Mr. Wallace Hoggard 


(252) 794-2452 


1050 Bull Hill Rd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Exec. Prom. Com 


Mr. Paul Basham 


(252) 794-4993 


233 Bakertown Rd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Sunday School Dir 


Mr. Don Highsmith 


(336) 794-9767 


1406 WakelonRd 


Colerain, NC 27924 


Treasurer 


Mr. Basil Hoggard 


(252) 794-2958 


951 Bull Hill Rd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


WMU Director 


Mrs. Betsy Kornegay 


(252) 794-3596 


421 WakelonRd 


Windsor, NC 27983 


Youth Min 


Mrs. April T. Smithwick 


(252) 794-8525 


216 Elm Grove Rd 


Colerain, NC 27924 


St. John's 










Pianist 


Mrs. Myrrie Britton 


(252) 332-3628 


925 NC 561 W 


Aulander, NC 27805 


Clerk 


Mrs. Belinda Burkett 


(252)332-3162 


153MenolaStJohnRd 


Ahoskie,NC 27910 


Deacon Chairmen 


Mr. Jesse Nichols 


(252) 332-4671 


204 S Church Rd 


Ahoskie.NC 27910 


Brotherhood Dir 


Mr. Ray Burkett 


(252) 587-471 1 


850 Menola StJohn Rd 


Ahoskie,NC 27910 


Exec. Prom. Com 


Mr. Melvin E. Shores 


(252) 332-3979 


302 St John Millennium Rd 


Aulander, NC 27805 


Sunday School Dir 


Mr. Ray Burkett 


(252)587-4711 


850 Menola St John Rd 


Ahoskie,NC 27910 


Treasurer 


Mrs. Lynn Vann 


(252)332-4610 


143 Menola St John Rd 


Ahoskie,NC 27910 


WMU Director 


Mrs. Belinda Burkett 


(252)332-3162 


153 Menola St John Rd 


Ahoskie,NC 27910 


Sandy Run 










ACP Contact 


Mrs. Cindy I. Vaughan 


(252)344-2471 


113 Baker Rd 


Roxobel, NC 27872 


Organist 


Mr. Bennie Reynolds 


(252)344-7821 


POBox 174 


Roxobel, NC 27872 


Pianist 


Mrs. Willie L. Bishop 


(252)344-5471 


POBox 12 


Roxobel, NC 27872 


Clerk 


Mrs. Cindy I. Vaughan 


(252) 344-2471 


113 Baker Rd 


Roxobel, NC 27872 


Deacon Chairmen 


Mr. Bennie Reynolds 


(252) 344-7821 


P O Box 1 74 


Roxobel, NC 27872 


Music Dir 


Mrs. Willie L. Bishop 


(252) 344-5471 


PO Box 12 


Roxobel, NC 27872 


Sunday School Dir 


Mrs. Kimberly D. Brown 


(252)344-2177 


1434 NC 308 Hwy 


Rich Square, NC 27869 


Treasurer 


Mrs. Linda Pruden 


(252) 344-7491 


PO Box 220 


Roxobel, NC 27872 



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Youth Min 

Seaboard 

ACP Contact 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Disciplcship Dir 

Librarian 

Brotherhood Dir 

Mission Dev 

Pastor 

Prayer Ministry 

Exec. Prom. Com 

Secretary 

Stewardship 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Youth Min 

Severn 

ACP Contact 

Pianist 

Music Dir 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Pastor 

Secretary 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 

Youth Min 

Siloam 

ACP Contact 

Pianist 

Clerk 

Deacon Chairmen 

Librarian 

Music Dir 

Pastor 

Secretary 

Stewardship 

Sunday School Dir 

Treasurer 

WMU Director 



Miss Lisa A. Medford 

Mrs. Nancy S. Flythe 
Mrs. Judy D. Tancrelle 
Mrs. Nancy S. Flythe 
Mr. Paul Flythe 
Rev. Robert Kirk 
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Rev. Robert Kirk 
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Miss. Linda Tyler 
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Mrs. Peggy Anders 
Mrs. Wanda Speller 
Mrs. Peggy Anders 
Mr. Dennis Anton 
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Mr. Leroy Mobley 
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Mrs. Peggy Anders 
Mr. Leroy Mobley 
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(252)344-5141 Star Rt Box 67 



Rich Square, NC 27869 



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Biblical Recorder 

2001 Associational Report 

Baptists cling stubbornly to the idea that people should think for themselves and make tip their own minds about 
issues of importance. For this reason, Baptists affiliated with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina 
(BSCNC) are fortunate to have a resource that provides regular, dependable and balanced news coverage of wide- 
ranging matters relating to Baptist life. 

The Biblical Recorder, the official news journal of the BSCNC 5 has served this purpose since its establishment in 
1833 by Thomas Meredith, a prime mover in founding the Baptist State Convention in 1830. The Biblical Recorder 
was privately owned and operated in support of Baptist work in North Carolina until 1938, when the paper was 
purchased by the Baptist State Convention and incorporated as an agency of the convention. 

The Biblical Recorder is widely acknowledged to be in the top echelon of state Baptist papers, winning national 
honors for news and editorial writing in 2000. 

The Biblical Recorder's strategic role in promoting God's kingdom work through North Carolina Baptists grows 
from its mission statement: "to further Christ's kingdom by providing relevant news, insightful Opinions and 
supportive resources to North Carolina Baptist in a timely and accessible fashion. " 

As a BSC agency, the Biblical Recorder belongs to all North Carolina Baptists, and appropriately reflects the 
geographical, ecclesiological, and theological diversity that is typical of the churches making up the Baptist State 
Convention. The editors and staff of the Recorder work diligently to offer a fair and balanced presentation of the 
news that most affects the life and ministry of North Carolina Baptists. Opinions advanced through editorials, letters, 
and analytical essays help to spark informed thinking on important issues. Feature stories about notable or 
innovative activities of churches and associations, regular reports on partnership missions efforts, and weekly 
commentaries on the most popular Sunday School lessons offer ideas, encouragement, and inspiration to readers of 
the Recorder. 

In addition to its printed form, the Biblical Recorder maintains a popular presence on the World Wide Web, 
significantly enhanced through major upgrades in early 2001. The Recorder's website at www.biblicalrecorder.org 
offers Internet users an opportunity to read much of each paper's content online, and allows for the posting of 
breaking news prior to the printing of the next issue. New features include an internal search engine, a church 
locator service, classified ads, Bible study resources and a news/weather portal. Thousands of interested readers 
around the world consult the online version regularly. 

As a BSCNC agency, the Biblical Recorder receives annual support from Cooperative Program gifts, making it 
possible to offer the Recorder at very affordable subscription rates. Currently, the annual rates are: 

• Church News Service (incorporates church newsletter into the Recorder) -$7.50 

• Every Home Plan (20%+ of church families, paid through the church budget) - $8.50 

• Club Plan (4 or more persons in a church subscribe together) - $9.75 

• Individual Subscription -$ 1 1 .90 

Subscription packets and free sample issues are available. For more information, please contact: 
Biblical Recorder, Inc. 
232 W. Millbrook Road 
Raleigh, N.C. 27609 
Phone: (919)847-2127 



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Baptist State Convention Annuity Report 

The Annuity Office of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina in partnership with the Annuity Board of the 
Southern Baptist Convention provides services related to retirement planning, financial support of ministers and 
other church employees, life and health insurance, ministry to seminary/divinity students, and church/clergy tax 
issues. These services &e provided in a variety of ways to churches and church employees. 

As a result of an expanded mission statement and two new ministry assignments given to the Annuity Board in 
2000, the year 2001 is proving to be one of transition. Specifically, much of the Board's work during 2001 has 
focused on preparing to offer personal investing and institutional investments with the accompanying need for all 
the investment funds to be registered during this year. Despite a disappointing year in the financial markets, ten of 
the fourteen Annuity Board investment funds out-performed their benchmark for the year. More specifically, all six 
equity funds and all four blended funds exceeded benchmark returns while all four fixed income select funds under- 
performed. 

Insurance continues to be one of the greatest challenges as the Annuity Board continually seeks to maintain viable 
products for participants. New insurance products and services have been developed and plans outlined for 
implementation. Two new Medicare supplement plans were designed and implemented. The Annuity Board paid 
more than $139 million in insurance benefits last year. 

The Endowment Ministry, designed to give support to retired ministers, denominational employees and their 
widows with special needs, enjoyed a banner year. The relief ministry reached a record monetary level as $5.3 
million was distributed to needy retired ministers and widows. Guidelines for the Adopt An Annuitant ministry were 
revised to allow more applicants to qualify for the gift. 

As of May 3 1 , 200 1 , there were 4,842 active participants in the retirement plan with 62% of our North Carolina 
churches participating. The number of persons receiving retirement benefits has increased to 2,815 with another 361 
being assisted through the Adopt An Annuitant ministry plan. 

It is our strong desire to serve all of our churches, ministers, and church employees. For more information related to 
products or services, call the Baptist State Convention of NC at 1.800.395.5102 extension 174, visit our Web site at 
wmt\bscnc.org, or call the Annuity Board at 1.800.262.051 1 or visit the Annuity Board Web site at www.absbc.org . 

Johnny Ross, Senior Consultant 
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Christian Action League of North Carolina 

6339 Glenwood Avenue, Ste. 442 

Raleigh, NC 27612 

(919)787-0606 

ANNUAL REPORT TO THE ASSOCIATIONS 

It is with humble gratitude that the Christian Action League of North Carolina serves the Lord Jesus Christ 
and the churches of this great state as a Beacon of light, guiding referendums and legislation through the murky 
waters of special-interest groups and educating God's people about the moral problems in our state and nation. Our 
goal is to encourage and organize the people of God so that our light will be seen brightly throughout our state; and 
when we speak, it will be in one accord and will resound loudly. 

A. Christian Values 

a. The Christian Action League again co-sponsored the Sixth Annual Christian Heritage Week of North 
Carolina held in March. It was our pleasure to provide awards for excellence to those high school students 
who won the essay contest on America's Christian background. 

b. CAL has continued to promote and distribute copies of the Ten Commandments throughout North 
Carolina. To date, over 17,000 copies have been mailed. CAL was instrumental in getting HB 195 passed 
that would allow public schools to post the Ten Commandments. This bill passed 94- 1 8 on 7/26/200 1 . 

c. Promoted awareness of worldwide persecution of Christians through email alerts and radio. 

d. Participated with the American Family Association in distributing copies of our national mono posters "In 
God We Trust" through our newsletter and providing a link through our website for the purchase of these 
posters. 

e. Joined with Family Life Ministries in promoting and distributing copies of the Marriage Covenant 
Certificates. 

f. Set up CAL exhibit at Baptist State Convention 

B. Radio 

"Christians In Action", Station WAGO (88.7 FM) Snow Hill, has expanded to WAAE, 91.9 FM in New 
Bern and WRNA (1 140AM) and WRKB (AM 1460) in Kannapolis. This broadcast consists of a five- 
minute commentary on issues that affect our lives today. Our projection is to ultimately reach the whole 
state. 

C. Gambling 

a. The Christian Action League has been instrumental in keeping a lottery referendum bill in Committee. 
Through our newsletter, emails, radio and postal service, we have encouraged the Christian Citizens of 
North Carolina to keep letters and calls constantly coming into the N. C. General Assembly telling their 
legislators they do not want a lottery in North Carolina. 

b. The Executive Director and President of CAL joined Citizens United Against the Lottery in a grassroots 
effort to fight the lottery. The Executive Director spoke at a news conference held at the Press Room of the 
Legislative Building by this group. Members of CUAL are Chuck Neeley, former gubernatorial candidate, 
Frank Daniels, Jr., former publisher of the News and Observer, Dr. William Friday, former President of the 
UNC System, Dr. Billy Graham, U.S. Senator Lauch Faircloth, former State Treasurer Harlan Boyles and 
former Governor Robert Scott. 

c. CAL has held "A Christian Looks at Gambling" workshops in Statesville, Burlington, Morehead City, New 
Bern, Laurinburg, Asheville, Charlotte, Beulaville and Salisbury, areas whose legislators were targeted as 
"on the fence" on the lottery issue. 

d. The League has provided a packet of gambling materials for preachers across the state to use in educating 
their people about the dangers of a lottery. 

D. Abortion 

a. The Executive Director of CAL spoke before a Senate Committee to promote HR 275 - Infant Homicide 
Prevention Act. The bill, which nearly failed to get out of the House in the spring, gained near unanimous 
support after the Christian Action League got behind the legislation. The bill allows mothers under certain 
circumstances to avoid abandonment charges if they leave their newborn with a responsible adult or health 
care provider. The League believes that this is an alternative to abortion and infant homicide after birth. 

b. CAL has encouraged its members to call President Bush to encourage him to stand firm for the sanctity of 
human life on the issue of stem cell research through emails. 



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E. Alcohol 

a. Participated in four LBD campaigns since January, 2001. We help with their organizational meetings, 
rallies and providing educational materials. Wilson Mills was successful in defeating off-premise beer and 
wine sales. 

b. Worked in the General Assembly for defeat of HB 1 143 - Sports Club ABC Permits which would allow 
liquor-by-the-drink without a vote of the people. Rev. Mark H. Creech, Executive Director of CAL, spoke 
before the Senate Committee against this bill. Unfortunately, the Governor signed this bill into law on 
5/30/2001. 

F. Pornography 

Have produced and aired several radio programs to inform the public of the internet pornography crisis. 
Educate communities on how they can rid their neighborhoods of adult establishments. 

G. Homosexuality 

CAL monitors and informs the Christian community of the current homosexual agenda through our email 
alert and newsletter. We track bills that would give protected status for homosexuals. Several bills this 
session are HB 941 , RB 871 and SB 547; all remain in committee. 

The Christian Action League of North Carolina produces a quarterly newsletter The Beacon that has a 
distribution of over 21,000. We also send out an email alert every Friday to over 600 members to keep 
them abreast of current moral, ethical and political issues that affect our state and nation. All services of the 
Christian Action League are provided at no charge. We depend on God's people to provide for His work. 

Working For A Better North Carolina 

Reverend Mark H. Creech, Executive Director 
Coy C. Privette, President 



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Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina 

Baptist Children's Homes serves record number of children. In 2000, Baptist Children's Homes of North 
Carolina served a record 2,000 children and more than 1 ,600 families statewide. BCH operates residential campuses 
in Thomasville, Pembroke, Kinston and Clyde, a maternity home in Asheville, a teen mother/baby home in Lenoir, 
value change homes for boys and girls in Franklin and Asheville and for girls in Lenoir, a wilderness camp for boys 
in Cameron, emergency care cottages at each of the residential campuses and in Waynesville, and a model day care 
in Thomasville. 

Children tell their stories during Baptist State Convention report. Standing ovations, applause and heartfelt 
hugs greeted the children and staff at their 30-minute presentation during the 2000 Baptist State Convention in 
Winston-Salem. More than 130 BCH children, child care workers and staff sang, shared their stories and said "thank 
you" to the approximately 4,500 messengers attending the Tuesday afternoon session. Messengers heard the special 
testimonies from Citadel graduating senior and former Broyhill Home resident Jason Davis and Hannah Adams' 
mother Donna. Hannah has participated in both the 2000 and 2001 RCH Respite Camp for Developmentally 
Disabled Adults. 

Jason Davis thanks messengers. Jason was featured in the 1995 Baptist Children's Homes report to the 
convention. At that time he was 1 7 and dreamed of a career in the Air Force. During his testimony at the 2000 
convention, Jason appeared in the full dress uniform of The Citadel. He reminded messengers that if it had not been 
for their care and support he could have never realized his dream. He told messengers that he credited them for the 
opportunities he has known. Jason said he plans to always come back to visit the children and just as others gave to 
help him, he would give to help the other children who would come to BCH after him. Upon his graduation from 
The Citadel in May 2001, Jason Davis was commissioned as a Lieutenant in the United States Air Force. 

Donna Adams claims Developmental Disabilities Ministry an answer to prayer. The final testimony of the BCH 
presentation was not given by a child, but by a mother, Donna Adams of Laurinburg strained to maintain her 
composure as she shared how BCH's new ministry for developmentally disabled adults was the answer to her 
prayers. Adam's daughter Hannah suffered brain damage as an infant. Today, Hannah is a beautiful young woman. 
Donna said she is comforted in knowing North Carolina Baptists and the Baptist Children's Homes would be there 
as her family plans for Hannah's future. She thanked messengers on behalf of other parents and families of 
developmentally disabled children for their support and commitment to this ministry. 

North Carolina Baptists reach $1,000,000 Thanksgiving Offering goal. Because of the support of Baptist 
churches all across North Carolina, Baptist Children's Monies met the 2000 Thanksgiving Offering goal of S 
1,000,000! The goal was record for the agency. BCH president Michael C. Blackwell said he was "enormously 
gratified at this outpouring response." Baptist Children's Homes is grateful to all North Carolina Baptists who 
committed themselves to help meet this challenging goal. 

First Baptist Church of Salisbury sets goal they couldn't reach. Interim pastor Dr. Dale Steel said collecting a 
church record of $18,300 for the 2000 Thanksgiving Offering was fun. Dr. Steel recounted the meetings that led to 
setting the church's goal at 1% of the total BCH goal of $1 million or $10,000. In 1999, the church gave 
approximately $3,500. The church's leadership decided to set a goal they could not reach on their own. Leading with 
prayer and a commitment to meet their goal, the church watched as they passed their goal and reached their record 
amount. One month after receiving the record Thanksgiving Offering, the First Baptist Church of Salisbury collected 
the third-largest Lottie Moon ingathering in 11 years. Dr. Steel credits the church's vision, enthusiasm and 
determination to do their part for missions as being the key to their success. 

BCH breaks ground on two new DDM homes, and dedicates new children's cottage in Marshville. In June, 
Baptist Children's Homes broke ground for two new group homes for developmentally disabled adults in Winston- 
Salem. The homes - Davis House and Hinkle House - are being built adjacent to BCH's Baptist House at Bethabara 
and will open in early 2002. The R.P and Ella Mae Stegall Home was dedicated August 19,2001. The new group 
home is located in Marshville and provides residential care for nine boys. 



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New Millennium Families study guide offered to churches. The study guide to accompany Dr. Michael C. 
Blackwell's book New Millennium Families is being made available to churches for group Bible studies this fall. 
Dr. Blackwell believes BCH can help strengthen families in North Carolina Baptist churches and is committed to 
providing the necessary resources. Dr. Blackwell's new book, A Place for Miracles, is a history of Baptist 
Children's Homes, and will be available in late 2001 . 

BCH anticipates another record Thanksgiving Offering. The 2001 Thanksgiving Offering goal is $1,100,000. 
This represents a $100,000 increase over last year's record-setting amount. The number may seem enormous, but 
there is an enormous need. Children and families turn to BCH broken, battered and burdened. But with the help of 
North Carolina Baptists, BCH shows them God's love. BCH is counting on North Carolina Baptist churches to help 
meet this important goal during this time of economic uncertainty. Call 1-800-476-3669, ext. 1209 to order 
promotional material, the new Thanksgiving Offering video, last year's BCH Convention Presentation video or to 
request a speaker to tell the BCH story in person. 

The support of North Carolina Baptists through the Thanksgiving Offering, Cooperative Program, church- 
designated and individual gifts, memorials, honors, and estate gifts enables us to fulfill our mission statement, 
"helping hurting children... healing broken families. 

BCH is grateful for North Carolina Baptists' prayers and support. 

Respectfully submitted by, 
Michael C. Blackwell, President 
Sandy Saunders. Chairman 
Board of Trustees 



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North Carolina Baptist Foundation, Inc 
2001 Annual Report 

The mission of the North Carolina Baptist foundation since its inception in 1920 has been to assist the 
convention and its institutions and agencies in increasing an awareness among North Carolina Baptists of 
Christian estate stewardship principles as a means of financially undergirding churches, institutions and 
mission endeavors on a permanent basis. The uniqueness of the ministries and services provided by the 
institutions and general Board staff merits increased financial support. The foundation accomplishes these 
objectives by offering assistance instate planning counsel, Will preparation, planned giving, charitable 
remainder trusts, endowment funds and church fund management. 

During 2000, the foundation provided assistance to individuals in establishing 30 endowment funds and 18 
charitable remainder trusts totaling $1.9 million and received $3.6 million in contributions to existing 
endowments all of which will ultimately benefit countless Baptist causes on a permanent basis. Programs 
were provided for 164 churches and associations during the year to promote Make Your Will Month, 
Christian estate stewardship, and church fund management. Over $4.6 million from churches and 
institutions came under management to enhance numerous ministries including scholarships, building 
funds, cemetery funds, benevolence funds, general operating funds and other various mission causes. With 
a total of $10.1 million in contributions, it was the best year ever eclipsing the previous high of $9.3 million 
recorded in 1999. 

The Foundation employs professional money managers to invest these funds according to an investment 
policy adopted by its Board. Four investment pools are offered: a growth fund, a balanced fund, an income 
fund and a fixed income fund. The Foundation uses the services of Salomon Smith Barney to help select 
top money managers and evaluate performance. As of December 31, 2000, the Foundation held $97.4 
million under management. This is an increase of more than $4.1 million over 1999. 

The foundation also experienced a record year in distributions in 2000. The previous high in distributions 
was 1999, with $5.3 million distributed to charity and individuals. In the year 2000, our distribution totaled 
9.1 million dollars, with charity receiving $6.7 million and individuals, through trusts, receiving $2.4 
million. During the 81- year history of the North Carolina Baptist foundation, Inc., $18.5 million has been 
distributed to individuals and $32.4 million to Baptist churches, institutions and mission causes for a grand 
historical total of $47.1 million. 

Nancy Hunter, Chair, Board of Directors 
M. Clay Warf, Executive Director 



2000 DISTRIBUTIONS 



Individuals (26.37%) 



Churches (24.77% 



Convention (18.80% 




Christian Education 
(11.39%) 



Biblical Recorder (0.17%) 

Baptist Hospitals (0.33%) 

Annuity Board (0.36%) 

Student Loans (0.77%) 

Baptist Foundation (0.86%) 
Baptist Children's Homes 

Missions (1.77%) ( 1 - 60% ) 
Associations (2.09%) 
Other (2.83%) 
Baptist Retirement Homes 
(7.89%) 



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CAMEBELL 

U NIVERSIT Y 

Post Office Box 546 
Buies Creek, North Carolina 27506 



• College of Arts and Sciences 

• Lundy-Fetterman School of Business 

• School of Education 

• Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law 

• School of Pharmacy 

• Divinity School 

• Over 50 majors available 

Degrees offered: BA, BBA, BHS, BAS, 
BS, MA, MBA, MEd, MDiv, JD, PharmD 

Toll-free: 1-800-334-4111 www.campbell.edu 



Thank you churches for your support of Christian Higher Education through the 
Cooperative Program. 



Thank you North Carolina Baptist Churches for your support of Baptist colleges 
and universities in North Carolina through budget plans A, B,C and D. 



Beginning our 1 16 th year of providing quality Christian Higher Education. 



Providing opportunities around the world, including 2,600 on our campus in 
Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia. 



• The benefits of a major university, the advantages of an intimate college setting. 



Nearly 8,500 students representing all 50 states and more than 40 countries 
around the world. 



Providing students with and "Education for Life." 



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Meeting the 
Challenges of 
Health Care 



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2 001 the Associations 




'Touching Lives With Hope" 



HOSPITAL FOCUSED ON PARTNERSHIPS IN HEALING 

"We desire to build a hospital to bring the healing art more definitely under the dominion of the Great 
Healer." Baptist Hospital's founding commission penned these words in 1921, and this partnership in healing 
has been our defining purpose. Our Christian heritage remains the foundation of Baptist Hospital and 
undergirds our daily commitment to provide compassionate, state-of-the-art medical care to those we serve. 
The Christian faith is truly the "soul of our institution." 

SCHOOL OF PASTORAL CARE 

The mission of the School of Pastoral Care at Baptist Hospital is: To provide ministries of growth, hope, and 
healing in the Spirit of Christ. We are thankful that North Carolina Baptists are a significant partner in this 
mission, helping us bring hope to thousands of people each year. 

The Department of Chaplaincy and Pastoral Education provided ministry during the past year through more 
than 61,000 pastoral visits, and worship services every Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The 
department's Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) program received a 10-year accreditation from the Association 
of Clinical Pastoral Education site review team. Fifty-eight students received training in one of the largest and 
finest CPE programs in America. 

The Department of Pastoral Counseling, CareNet, Inc. continues to develop its ministries. Rev. Steve 
Scoggin became the director of the system's newest center, the East Carolina Counseling Centers, Inc., in 
Greenville, N.C. CareNet's counseling centers provided more than 25,500 hours of compassionate pastoral 
counseling in 17 locations across the state during the year. It is the largest pastoral counseling system in the 
nation. Thanks to N.C. Baptists, free or reduced rate counseling is made available to lower income people. 

The Center for Congregational Health, Inc. continues to assist churches in becoming healthier communities 
of faith. The Center provides consultation to 25 congregations a month. Over 600 church leaders received 
training in educational events conducted by the Center during the past year. These include the Young Leaders 
Program for ministers under age 40, and Intentional Interim Ministry training. Thanks to N.C. Baptists, the 
Center receives essential support for its ministries. This support pays for initial consultation for all Baptist 
churches, and provides subsidies for churches and ministers who need special financial assistance. 

The Department of Church and Community Relations continues to serve as a liaison between the Hospital 
and churches of the Baptist State Convention. The department's director, Rev. Paul Mullen, provided ministry 
through 1 50 requests for assistance with obtaining medical care or concerns about medical bills. More than 
$65,000 was provided to N.C. Baptist ministers and their families by the 25% subsidy for their hospital bills. A 
variety of benevolent ministries was also coordinated, primarily the Baptist Benevolent Care Fund. 

BAPTIST BENEVOLENT CARE FUND 

North Carolina Baptists, through the Mother's Day Offering, opened their hearts to patients in financial need 
and gave $560,624 in 2000 for the compassionate mission of benevolent care at Baptist Hospital. All of these 
funds were used to pay the hospital bills of patients in financial need. The fund helps patients who "fall be- 
tween the cracks," making too much for government assistance but not enough to pay for healthcare insurance. 
They are deeply thankful to N.C. Baptists for this gracious witness to God's love. As one recipient said, "God 
smiled on us through the Baptists of North Carolina." Her son is a 13-year-old cancer patient. 



The North Carolina Baptist Ho 



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Incorporated 



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"Touching Lives With Hope ' 



ADDITIONAL HIGHLIGHTS AT NORTH CAROLLNA BAPTIST HOSPITAL 

Ranked Among the Nation 's Best - Baptist Hospital, part of the Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, 
ranks among the nation's top hospitals according to the July 2001 issue of U.S. News and World Report. One 
hundred eighty-eight of the nation's 6,299 hospitals appear on this list. 

Comprehensive Cancer Center Recognized for Excellence - The Medical Center's Comprehensive Cancer 
Center received a 5-year renewal of its status from the National Cancer Institute. The Comprehensive Cancer 
Center is one of only 37 such centers in the nation, and is the only one in western North Carolina. It includes 
Prostate and Breast Cancer Centers of Excellence. 

Medical Center Earns Recognition for Trauma Care - Baptist Hospital, a Level One Trauma Center, received 
verification in both adult and pediatric trauma services in February 2001 by the American College of Surgeons. 
It is the first Level One Trauma Center in North Carolina to receive such recognition. 

Downtown Health Plaza Opens - The 47.000 square foot Downtown Health Plaza opened in 2001 to provide 
healthcare for underserved people in Forsyth and surrounding counties. Thousands of indigent children, adoles- 
cents, and adults have received compassionate and thorough medical care during the year. 

Expansion of Brenner Children 's Hospital - Construction of a 400.000 square foot, 11 -story addition to the 
hospital's Ardmore Tower is moving toward completion. Six of the floors will provide space for Brenner 
Children's facilities, such as private patient rooms, family resource centers, and programs for children with 
disabilities. The Tower will also include new cardiac catheterization labs and operating rooms. 

Information and Appointments - For more information on health related issues or to make an appointment with 
a physician, contact HEALTH-ON-CALL at 1-800-446-2255 or 336-716-2255. 

A CLOSING WORD FROM THE PRESIDENT 

The values of our Christian faith are the guiding principles of the North Carolina Baptist Hospital mission. 
We are strongly committed to be a place of healing, bridging compassionate and respectful care in the Spirit of 
Christ with the best of medical science and technology. This commitment reflects our heritage and shapes our 
vision for the future. We are thankful to North Carolina Baptists for being our partner in this healing mission. 
We were created to serve and care for people in times of their greatest healthcare needs, and we are here for 
you. 

Respectfully submitted, 

LenB. Preslar, Jr. 

President 

The North Carolina Baptist Hospitals, Incorporated 



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BAPTIST RETIREMENT HOMES 



OF NORTH CAROLINA, INC. 



PROUDLY SERVING OLDER ADULTS SINCE KKI 



For Your Information... 

Fact Sheet 

What Is Baptist Retirement Homes? 

Founded in 1951, Baptist Retirement Homes of North Carolina, Inc. (BRH) is one of North Carolina's most 
respected providers of long-term care. With four retirement communities throughout the state, BRH provides all 
levels of care for Older Adults, including special programs for conditions such as Alzheimer's Disease. The Homes' 
new continuing care retirement community called The Gardens of Taylor Glen is under development near Char- 
lotte. BRH also owns and operates a home health program that provides certified nursing and therapy services to 
homebound individuals. Baptist Retirement Homes is a not-for-profit organization affiliated with the Baptist State 
Convention of North Carolina. 

Are Residents Of Baptist Retirement Homes Primarily Baptists? 

At the Brookridge Community, 60% of the resident population is Baptist. About 80% of the resident popula- 
tion of the Western North Carolina Baptist Home is Baptist. The Taylor House and the Hamilton Baptist Home 
are primarily composed of Baptist residential populations. 

What Is The Cost Of Services? Are Financial Resources Available 

For Those Who Cannot Pay? 

Fees vary according to facilities and the level of care chosen or required by residents. A full schedule of fees for 
each facility is available upon request. There are no entrance fees associated with any of the health- related facilities 
owned and operated by Baptist Retirement Homes. The Hamilton Baptist Home and The Taylor House are 
among the few not-for-profit, church-related, long-term care facilities in North Carolina with no financial require- 
ments for admission. Contributions received from the Baptist State Convention Cooperative Program, the North 
Carolina Offering for Older Adults, and from local Baptist churches across the state are used exclusively to help 
BRH provide care for those Older Adults in either assisted living or nursing care who are unable to pay the full 
cost of the sendees they need. 

Does The Baptist State Convention Of North Carolina 
Support Baptist Retirement Homes? 

Baptist Retirement Homes is affiliated with the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina but is a separate 
and distinct corporate entity. Messengers of the churches that compose the Baptist State Convention elect BRH 
Board members. In 1999, funds received from the Convention Cooperative Program, the North Carolina Offering 
for Older Adults, and local Baptist churches totaled approximately $1.6 million. All of those monies are being 
used to support Older Adults living in assisted living or nursing care who lack sufficient financial resources to pay 
for the care they receive. 



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Where Are BRH Facilities Located And What Services Do They Offer? 

The Brookridge Retirement Community in Winston-Salem is a 44-acre continuing care retirement community, 
established in 1989. Brookridge offers its 300 residents independent and assisted living and nursing care services. 
Accommodations range from garden homes to apartments to assisted living and nursing care at the Prince Nursing 
Center. The Brookridge Transitional Care Unit opened in 199.5, offering post-acute medical care on site. Home 
health care is also available on site through In Home Care, Inc., a Baptist Retirement Homes affiliate. Brookridge is 
a full-service retirement community, offering meal service, nursing services, recreational activities, housekeeping, 
religious activities, dementia services, a water therapy/exercise center, and more. For more information, contact: 

Brookridge Retirement Community 
1199 Hayes Forest Drive • Winston-Salem, NC 27106 • 336-759-1044 (FAX) 336-759-7389 • Web site: www.brh.org 

The Western North Carolina Baptist Home (WNCBH) is located on a 22-acre tract atop Richmond Hill in 
northwest Asheville. The Home offers residents assisted living and nursing care. Established in 1 979, the Home was 
recently renovated and expanded to accommodate 1 50 residents. WNCBH is a full service retirement facility that 
includes a memory-enhanced residence. It offers meal service, nursing services, recreational activities, housekeeping, 
laundry, religious activities, and more. For more information, contact: 

Western North Carolina Baptist Home 

213 Richmond Hill Drive -Asheville, NC 28806 ' 828-254-9675 (FAX) 828-254-0253 • Web site: www.brh.org 

The Hamilton Baptist Home is a 30-bed assisted living facility located on 18 acres in Hamilton, in eastern 
North Carolina. Recently renovated to enhance the comfort of the residents, the Home has been in operation since 
1963. Services include all daily meals, recreational activities, housekeeping, laundry services, medication assistance, 
religious activities and more. For more information, contact: 

Hamilton Baptist Home 
301 North Railroad Street • Hamilton, NC 27840 • 252-798-5901 • Web site: www.brh.org 

The Taylor House is home to 30 residents in Albemarle, in North Carolina's Piedmont region. Situated in a 
residential neighborhood, The Taylor House opened in 1954 and was renovated in 1997. It offers a full range of 
assisted living services, including three meals daily, housekeeping, private rooms, laundry service, medication moni- 
toring, recreational and religious activities and more. For more information, contact: 

The Taylor House 
319 Palmer Street • Albemarle, NC 28001 • 704-982-4217 • (FAX) 704-982-5366 • Web site: ivww.brh.org 

The Gardens of Taylor Glen is a continuing care retirement community under development in Concord. For 
more information, contact: 

The Gardens of Taylor Glen 
3700 Taylor Glen Lane • Concord, NC 28025 ' 704-788-6510 • Web site: www.brh.org 

In-Home Care is a Medicare/Medicaid-certified home health care program designed to provide nursing and 
therapy services to North Carolina Older Adults. For more information, contact: 

In-Home Care 
22 Miller Street • Winston-Salem, NC 27104 • 336-722-1470 

More Questions? Call the Baptist Elder Care Network 1-800-887-7410 

The Elder Care Network is a free service offered by Baptist Retirement Homes of North Carolina, Inc. to Older 
Adults and their families. One number connects you to a statewide system of caregivers, community resources, and 
retirement communities to help you deal with the many difficult issues of aging. 

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* A ° OF NORTH CAROLINA, INC. 

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HISTORICAL TABLE FOR SPRING SESSIONS 





MEETING 










YEAR 


PLACE 


MODERATOR 


CLERK 


PREACHER 


TEXT 


1986 


Elm Grove 


Nathan Copeland 


Mrs. Henry Powell 


Dr W.D. Morris 




1987 


Center Grove 


Nathan Copeland 


Mr. Floyd Banner 


Rev. Cleve Wilkie 




1988 


Winton 


Corene Harris 


Mr. Floyd Banner 


Rev. Shelby Stevens 




1989 


Ross 


Corene Harris 


Mr. Floyd Banner 


Rev. Thomas Caulkins 




1990 


Lewiston 


Gerald Riggs 


Mr. Floyd Banner 


Rev. Rowland Pruitte 


John21:l-17 


1991 


Mars Hill 


Norman Godwin 


Mr. Floyd Banner 


Rev. Ronald McSwain 


Matthew 5:14-16 


1992 


ElmGrove 


Norman Godwin 


Mr. Floyd Banner 


Rev. Robert Rogers 


Luke 9:51 


1993 


Woodland 


Jack Byrd 


Mr. Floyd Banner 


Rev, Ray Craig 


John 17:13-23 


1994 


Riverside 


Robbie Best 


Mr. Floyd Banner 


Rev. Joe McLean 


Matthew 6:1-8 


1995 


Creech Memorial Robbie Best 


Mr. Floyd Banner 


Rev. J.N. Baggett 


Genesis 


1996 


Harrellsville 


James Hester 


Mr. Floyd Banner 


Rev, Jimmy Ward 


2 Cor 4:6-7 


1997 


Lewiston 


James Hester 


Mr. Floyd Banner 


Rev. Harvey Jackson 


Luke 5:1-11 


1998 


Chowan College 


Ronald W. McSwain 


Mr. Floyd Barner 


Rev. Tommy Tripp 


1 Timothy 3:1-7 


1999 


Ross 


Ronald W. McSwain 


Mrs. Jo- Ann Mizelle 


Rev. Billy Sellers 


Malachi 3:6-7 


2000 


Ashley's Grove 


C.T. Edmondson 


Mrs. Jo- Ann Mizelle 


Rev. Henry Powell 


Col 1:13-18 


2001 


Elm Grove 


C. T. Edmondson 


Mrs. Jo- Ann Mizelle 


Rev. Joe McLean 


Eph4: 1-16 



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HISTORICAL TABLE FOR FALL SESSIONS 





MEETING 










YEAR 


[ PLACE 


MODERATOR 


CLERK 


PREACHER 


TEXT 


1951 


Aulander. Buckhorn 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


E.C. Upchurch 


Eph. 6:10-18 


1952 


Conway, Cashie 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


E.S. Morgan 


Exodus 14 


1953 


Seaboard, Chowan College 


Oscar Creech 


P.T. Worrell 


Frank Robinson 


Isa. 54:2 


1954 


Mars Hill, Colerain 


Herbert Jenkins 


Mrs. J. F. Colston 


Wayne Scott 


Rom 6:19-23 


1955 


Rich Square Woodland 


Herbert Jenkins 


P.T. Worreil 


W.P. Milne 


2 Cor 8:7 


1956 


Riverside, Ahoskie, First 


Merrill Evans 


J.M. Long 


Robert Johns 


Heb. 12:3 


1957 


Ashley's Grove, Murfreesboro 


Merrill Evans 


J.M. Long 


Eugene Johns 


Acts2 


1958 


Meherrin, 

Chowan College, Powellsvillc 


C Gordon Maddrey 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


J.M. Long 


Luke 10:1-7 


1959 


Lewiston, Bethany 


C. Gordon Maddrey 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


Rowland S. Pruette John 17:13-23 


1960 


Conway, Rich Square 


W.T. Charles 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


W. Isaac Terrell 


Eph. 3:1-13 


1961 


Ahoskie First, Aulander 


W.T. Charles 


Levi Gillikin, Jr. 


E. Earl Haynes 


Gal. 4:1-14 


1962 


Chowan College, Cashie 


E. Len Weston 


KE. Bryant 


J. Tray wick 


Haggai 1 


1963 


Woodland, Center Grove 


E. Len Weston 


KE. Bryant 


J. Tray wick 


Haggai 1 


1964 


Colerain, Galatia 


Dr. W.R Parker 


K.E. Bryant 


Lee Roy Campbell 


Rom. 13:11-14 


1965 


Creeksville, Mars Hill 


J.L. Walter Moose 


K.E. Bryant 


Bennie Pledger 


Phil. 1:21 


1966 


Cashie, Chowan College 


Rowland Pruette 


K.E. Bryant 


E. Len Weston 


Acts 1 :8 


1967 


Murfreesboro, Askewville 


Rowland Pruette 


K.E. Bryant 


Gwyn P. Sullivan 


Psalm 96:2 


1968 


Riverside, Meherrin 


CE. Thomas 


L. Thad Prevatte 


T.M. Jones 


John 20.19 


1969 


Sandy Run, Rich Square 


CE. Thomas 


L. Thad Prevatte 


Billy T. Mabley 


Eph. 4:4 


1970 


Ahoskie, First, Cashie 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


L. Thad Prevatte 


Tom Caulkins 
Herman T- Dilday 




1971 


Conway, Capeharts 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Henry W. Stough 


Joe D. McLean 


ICor. 12:1-6 


1972 


Aulander, Lewiston 


Terry J. Jones 


Henry W. Stough 


H. L. Coppedge 
Walter F Hill 


Heb. 9:22 
Exo. 4:1-5 


1973 


Winton, Connaritsa W.L. Downs 


Henry W. Stough 


Vincent Young 


James 1:18-27 










Jack H. Mace 


John 8:30-32 


1974 


Greens Cross, Capeharts 


Robert B. Spivey 


Mrs. Walter Jones 


Joseph Polinski 
Harold Rumfelt 


Col. 3 


1975 


Colerain, Harrellsville 


Robert B. Spivey 


Ronald Richardson Tim Sellers 


Judges 7 










Ronald Richardsor 


i 


1976 


Murfreesboro 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Ronald Richardson Lonnie Armstrong 


Matt. 28:19-20 










D.H. McCollough 




1977 


Galatia, Brantley's Grove 


Russell Johnson, Jr. 


Mrs. Faye Scott 


Jack Byrd 
Delbert Burnett 




1978 


Rich Square, Republican 


Bobby Cross 


Mary Powell 


Larry Pittman 
Gerald Riggs 


Matt. 13:31-33 


1979 


Ross, Mars Hill 


Bobby Cross 


Mary Powell 


Hubert Mizzelle 
Kenneth Pitman 


Mark 4:35 


1980 


Pleasant Grove, Bethlehem 


Robbie Parker 


Mary Powell 


Robert White 
W.D. Morris 




1981 


Severnjackson 


Robbie Parker 


Mary Powell 


Lemar Wheeler 
J.N. Baggett 


Hosea 7:1-7 
Neh. 1:1-11 


1982 


Creech Memorial, Earlys 


Lemar Wheeler 


Mary Powell 


Robbie Parker 
James Langford 


Num; 32: 1-7 
Luke 10:25-37 


1983 


Woodland, Cashie 


Lemar Wheeler 


Mary Powell 


Jerry Wallace 
Harold White 




1984 


Riverside, Creeksville 


William Lawrence 


Mary Powell 


James Hester 
Mark Morris 


2 Cor. 4 
Neh. 1 :3-5 


1985 


Siloam, Union 


William Lawrence 


Mary Powell 


Richard Cook 
P.T. Worrell 


1 Peter 2:9-12 
John 4: 19-30 


1986 


Aulander, Ashley's Grove 


Nathan-Copeland 


Mary Powell 


Wayne Simpson 
Cecil Harkey 


Matt. 28:16-20 
Judges 5 


1987 


Galatia, Askewville 


Nathan Copeland 


Floyd Barmer 


Hugh Mizelle 
James Ward 


John 15 
Rev. 3:14-22 


1988 


Elam, Seaboard 


Corene Harris 


Floyd Banner 


Windcll Patterson 
Edwin Dacus 





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1989 


Colerain, Connaritsa 


Corene Harris 


Floyd Banner 


Freddie Harris 
Ken Bunch 


Acts 11:19-26 
Haggai2:19 


1990 


Meherrin, Kelford, 


Gerald Riggs 


Floyd Banner 


Jack Byrd 
Lemar Wheeler 


Acts 1 :6-8 
2 Cor. 5:17-21 


1991 


Conway, First Baptist 


Norman Godwin 


Floyd Barmer 


Billy Nale 
Jesse Croom 


Luke 15:1-10 
Acts 1:12-14 


1992 


Jackson, Murfreesboro 


Norman Godwin 


Floyd Banner 


Robbie Best 
Bruce Whittaker 


Jonah 1-4 
Luke 6:26-36 


1993 


Aulander, Rcih Square 


.lack Byrd 


Floyd Banner 


Stephen Moore 
James Hester 


Matt. 8:18-23 
2 Cor. 4:1-10 


1994 


Cashie, Seaboard 


Robbie Best 


Floyd Banner 


John Eure 

C.T. Edmondson 


Acts 4-5 

1 Sam. 17:38-49 


1995 


Galatia, Meherrin 


Bobbie Best 


Floyd Banner 


Wint Hale 
John Baker 


Rev 2: 1-5 
Luke 19:1-10 


1996 


Connaritsa, Colerain 


James Hester 


Floyd Barmer 


Jack Byrd 
Henry Boschen 


Matt 28:18-20 
1 Kings 13 


1997 


Mars Hill 


Ronald McSwain 


Floyd Banner 


Daniel Spell 


Heb. 11:17-27 


1998 


Mt. Tabor 


Ronald Mc Swain 


Floyd Barmer 


Freddie Harris 


Gal. 5:22-33 


1999 


First Baptist Ahoskie 


C.T. Edmondson 


Jo-Ann Mizelle 


Dwight Alston 


Matt. 16:18 


2000 


Murfreesboro 


C.T Edmondson 


Jo- Ann Mizelle 


Tom Caulkins 


Matt. 18: 1 9-20 


2001 


Conway 


David Ross 


Jo- Ann Mizelle 


James Hester 


Isaiah 6:1-8 



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2001 Statistical Tables 



Pages 
Congregation and Member Information 73 



Congregation Summary 74 

Baptism Information 75 

Missions Education (WMU & Brotherhood) 76 

Sunday School Information 77 

Discipleship Training Information 78 

Music Ministry Information 79 

Financial - General 80 

Financial - Missions 81 



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Congregation and Member Info 

/ Total Membership 2 Resident Membership 4 Other Additions 5 New Member Training 6 Year Organized 7 Year Pastor Came 8 Location (A-J) 
9 AM Worship Att 1 Church-Type Misions Started 11 Church-Type Missions 12 Lost/Unchurched 13 Assoc. Mis on % Basis 1 4 Intercessory Prayer 



CONGREGATION 


1 


2 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


Ashley's Grove 


314 


245 








1909 


1991 


A 


85 








Y 


Y 


Y 


Askewville 


500 


369 


8 


9 


1913 


1984 


B 


200 





(1 


N 


Y 


N 


Aulander 


299 


172 


2 





1886 


2000 


C 


90 








N 


N 


N 


Bethany 


154 


98 


3 





1881 


1990 


A 


66 








N 


Y 


Y 


Bethel 


50 


37 








1916 


1993 


A 


40 








N 


Y 


N 


Bethlehem 


34 


24 








1835 





A 











N 


N 


N 


Brantley's Grove 


197 


145 


7 





1877 


1982 


A 


28 





(1 


Y 


Y 


Y 


Buckhorn 


250 


155 


2 





1835 


1996 


B 


50 


I) 


(t 


N 


N 


Y 


Capeharts 


250 


173 








1824 





A 


88 








N 


Y 


N 


Cashie 


573 


443 


9 





1770 


2001 


c 


15(1 





(1 


N 


Y 


N 


Center Grove 


218 


111 


6 





1897 


2000 


A 


47 








N 


Y 


N 


Christian Harbor 


178 


127 








1881 


1996 


A 


SO 








Y 


Y 


Y 


Colerain 


381 


257 


1 





1780 


1998 


B 


68 








N 


Y 


N 


Connaritsa 


158 


95 


3 





1789 


1996 


A 


30 








Y 


Y 


N 


Conway 


427 


229 


5 





1905 


1998 


C 


149 








N 


Y 


Y 


Creech Memorial 


300 


80 


1 





1952 





1) 


26 


(1 





Y 


N 


Y 


Creeksville 


167 


109 


2 





1892 


1999 


A 


90 








y 


Y 


Y 


Earlys 


215 


160 


3 





1917 


1989 


B 


67 








Y 


Y 


Y 


Edgewood 


214 


219 








1951 


2000 


C 


100 








Y 


Y 


Y 


Elam 


150 


79 


8 





1788 


2000 


A 


40 








Y 


Y 


Y 


Elm Grove 


232 


182 


3 





1932 


2001 


A 


110 








Y 


Y 


N 


First Baptist Ahoskie 


1,183 


807 


7 





1804 


1991 


1) 


210 


(1 





N 


N 


Y 


Galatia 


565 


458 


3 





1852 


1993 


A 


165 


!.) 





Y 


Y 


N 


Greens Cross 


186 


148 


3 





1874 


1998 


A 


75 








Y 


Y 


Y 


Harrelisville 


188 


105 


2 





1875 


2000 


B 


9(1 





(I 


Y 


N 


Y 


Holly Grove 


32 


25 








1804 





A 


9 








N 


N 


N 


Holly Springs 


92 


52 








1907 





A 


35 








N 


Y 


Y 


Hortons 


48 


21 








1915 


1996 


A 


6 








N 


N 


N 


Jackson 


192 


122 








1881 





C 


41 








N 


Y 


Y 


Kelford 


77 


38 


2 


(I 


1898 





B 


16 








Y 


Y 


Y 


Lasker 


118 


74 


4 





1906 





C 


30 








N 


N 


N 


Lawrence 


122 


84 





6 


1874 


1991 


\ 


74 








Y 


Y 


Y 


Lewiston First 


216 


160 


1 





1883 





C 


30 








Y 


Y 


Y 


Margarettsville 


50 


36 








1888 


1998 


B 


27 








N 


N 


Y 


Mars Hill 


278 


123 


4 


I) 


1854 





A 


85 








N 


Y 


N 


Meherrin 


532 


404 


3 





1729 


1991 


1) 


150 








N 


Y 


Y 


Menola 


74 


37 








1908 


1986 


A 


24 








N 


N 


N 


Merry Hill 


135 


95 


3 





1910 


2000 


A 


175 








Y 


N 


N 


Mount Carmel 


65 


54 


3 





1847 





A 


28 





(1 


N 


N 


N 


Mount Tabor 


162 


119 


2 





1839 


1988 


A 


44 








N 


Y 


N 


Murfreesboro 


503 


294 


6 





1848 


1994 


D 


130 








N 


N 


Y 


New Hope 


128 


75 


2U 





1994 


1999 


A 


60 








N 


N 


N 


Oak Grove 


156 


146 


11 





1885 


1989 


A 


80 








N 


N 


Y 


Pleasant Grove 


179 


136 


3 





1837 





A 


30 








Y 


Y 


Y 


Potecasi 


250 


150 








1775 


1999 


B 


55 








N 


N 


Y 


Potter's House 


43 


24 








1994 


2000 


A 


20 


(1 





Y 


Y 


Y 


Powellsville 


204 


146 








1909 


1991 


C 


50 








Y 


Y 


N 


Pritchard Road 


45 


45 


4 





2000 


2000 


A 


46 








Y 


N 


Y 


Republican 


71 


35 








1803 


1985 


A 


25 








N 


N 


N 


Rich Square 


291 


158 


1 





1853 


1985 


C 


64 








N 


Y 


N 


Riverside 


212 


133 








1913 


1999 


A 


44 








N 


N 


N 


Robert's Chapel 


85 


52 








1848 





B 


35 





it 


N 


N 


N 


Ross 


219 


170 








1804 


1996 


A 


47 








Y 


Y 


N 


Saint John's 


129 


129 








1883 





A 











Y 


Y 


Y 


Sandy Run 


256 


126 








1750 


2001 


C 


56 








Y 


Y 


Y 


Seaboard 


164 


90 








1889 


1996 


C 


60 








Y 


Y 


Y 


Severn 


154 


102 


1 





1896 


1999 


B 


40 








Y 


Y 


V 


Siloam 


149 


118 


2 





1875 


1998 


A 


50 








N 


Y 


N 


Union 


354 


290 


7 





1885 


2000 


A 


110 








Y 


N 


N 


Wakelon 


9 


8 








1943 





A 











N 


N 


N 


Winton 


320 


153 


2 





1873 


1998 


C 


75 








Y 


Y 


Y 


Woodland 


260 


122 


2 





1902 


1997 


C 


74 








Y 


Y 


Y 


Total 13,757 


9,164 


159 


15 








4,027 













73 



Congregation Summary 



3 Total Baptisms 4 Other Additions I Total Membership 15 Total SS Enrollment 16 SS Avg. Weekly Attendance 18 Vacation Bible School 
DTEN (19+20) Total DT Enrollment/Participation 21 Total Music Ministry Enrollment 23 Total WMU Enrollment 24 Total Brotherhood Enroll. 
TRE Total Receipts (26+27+28) 29 Total Cooperative Program 30 Total Assn. Missions TME Total Mission Expenditures (29-35) 



CONGREGATION 

Ashley's Grove 

Askewville 

Aulander 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Bethlehem 

Brantley's Grove 

Buckhorn 

Capeharts 

Cashie 

Center Grove 

Christian Harbor 

Colerain 

Connaritsa 

Conway 

Creech Memorial 

Creeksville 

Earlys 

Edgewood 

Elam 

Elm Grove 

First Baptist Ahoskie 

Galatia 

Greens Cross 

HarreUsville 

Holly Grove 

Holly Springs 

Hortons 

Jackson 

Kelford 

Lasker 

Lawrence 

Lewiston First 

Margarettsvillc 

Mars Hill 

Meherrin 

Menola 

Merry Hill 

Mount Carmcl 

Mount Tabor 

Murfrecsboro 

New Hope 

Oak Grove 

Pleasant Grove 

Potecasi 

Potter's House 

Powellsville 

Pritchard Road 

Republican 

Rich Square 

Riverside 

Robert's Chapel 

Ross 

Saint John's 

Sandy Run 

Seaboard 

Severn 

Siloam 

Union 

Wakelon 

Winton 

Woodland 

Total 



C/M 
C 
C 
C 
C 

c 

C 

c 

C 
C 

c 

C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 

c 

C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 

c 

C 

c 
c 
c 

C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 

c 
c 

C 

c 

C 

c 
c 

C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 
C 

c 

C 
C 

c 

C 



3 
3 
9 


1 

] 



2 
2 
3 
5 
3 
2 

2 
8 

I 


2 

2 

4 
4 
5 
5 

3 



7 
4 


4 
9 

1 
(i 
I 

3 
28 
9 

6 

2 
4 

3 

n 



(I 
1 



6 

5 

1 

161 



4 

X 
2 
3 


7 
2 


9 
6 


1 

3 
5 
I 
2 

3 

8 
3 
7 
3 
3 
2 




2 
4 

1 

4 
3 
(i 
3 
3 
2 
6 

20 

II 
3 



4 

I 








1 

2 
7 

2 
2 



1 

314 

500 

299 

154 

50 

34 

197 

250 

250 

571 

218 

178 

381 

158 

■127 

300 

167 

215 

214 

150 

232 

1,183 

565 

186 

188 

32 

92 

48 

192 

77 

IIS 
122 
216 

50 
278 
532 

74 
135 

65 
162 
503 
128 
156 
1") 
250 

43 
204 

45 

71 
291 
212 

85 
219 
129 
256 
164 
154 
149 
354 
9 
320 
260 



159 13,757 



15 
175 

275 
110 
86 
46 
8 
56 
76 
88 

222 
82 
73 
144 
40 

261 
36 
82 
98 

106 
72 

153 

588 

423 
63 
70 
I 'i 
47 
111 
58 
21 
68 
61 
60 
26 
86 

239 
43 
S2 
30 
68 

110 
35 
ul 
64 

109 
24 
84 
40 
27 
96 
99 
55 

121 
55 
74 
63 
74 
55 

150 

8 

96 

103 
5,760 



16 

73 
201 
67 
(.1 
30 

6 

27 

41 

64 

100 

47 

44 

38 

2.1 

150 

19 

53 

67 

60 

44 

103 

205 

166 

41 

37 

9 
28 

5 
36 
13 
25 
41 
16 
17 
on 
121 
26 
68 
17 
37 
60 
34 
40 
30 
46 
22 
48 
25 
23 
67 
54 
35 
86 
35 
45 
39 
42 
40 
78 

4 

50 

56 

3,247 



18 

48 

150 



57 





42 

50 

64 

150 
57 
in 
50 
49 

126 



45 

48 

Kill 
15 
81 
37 

168 

41 

13 

5 
21 


35 
19 
51 
62 
19 



38 

125 


40 



59 

125 





n 
52 


58 



(i 
43 
36 

6 
70 


23 
50 
35 
50 
60 



35 

54 

2,592 



DTEN 

12 

141 

21 

53 







15 











(i 

20 

16 



l) 



o 

56 

25 

115 

20 

4? 







16 



(I 
(I 















I) 





(I 
II 





12 
14 
20 


58 



25 

20 

7(16 



21 

25 
56 
22 
32 
10 
(i 
12 
29 
22 
84 
25 
15 
25 
Hi 
47 
12 
15 
18 
21 
22 
31 
175 
lid 
11 
23 
7 


28 
7 
16 
34 
10 
ID 
27 
26 
12 
27 
8 
11 
30 
12 
14 
15 
29 

li 
15 
14 
30 
25 
18 
18 
18 
24 
12 
36 
16 
46 

15 
18 
1,491 



23 24 

74 

106 50 

29 15 



42 
9 

14 
18 
24 



11 

8 

33 

97 

2~! 
411 

5 
23 
53 



9 


34 


11 

5 
10 


30 
16 
29 
22 





110 67 
29 16 



IS 
17 
13 
98 

4 

15 8 
54 3 
28 13 
12 18 
34 34 
192 10 
94 88 
22 



5 




24 

8 
24 



15 

(i 
II 


13 

9 
13 22 



20 25 



7 
13 



33 25 $ 




25 
12 



1,703 673 



TRE 

$90,966.00 

$186,750.00 

$118,843.00 

$116,774.00 

$55,155.00 

$5,206.00 

$3,003.00 

$59,875.00 

$125,112.00 

$397,525.00 

$76,140.00 

$82,399.00 

$75,358.00 

$73,114.00 

$227,118.00 

$42,442.00 

$99,024.00 

$63,469.00 

$87,985.27 

$60,455.98 

$102,285.00 

$503,457.00 

$235,484.00 

$72,101.00 

$82,866.00 

$5,980.00 
$41,155.00 

$4,888.00 
$78,435.19 
$28,800.00 
$42,350.00 
$55,233.00 
$45,569.00 
$33,837.00 
$79,831.00 
$196,959.00 
$26,733.00 
$96,246.00 
$17,592.00 
$83,682.93 
$285,101.00 
$69,250.00 
$81,201.00 
$40,970.84 
$73,291.00 
$42,800.00 
$86,349.00 
$37,272.00 
$40,206.00 
$87,890.00 
$55,577.00 
$65,961.00 
$97,611.00 
$64,813.00 
$54,000.99 
$59,718.07 
$49,000.00 
$64,115.00 
107,438.00 

$4,917.00 

$165,101.00 

$84,064.00 

$5,596,845.27 



29 

$7,686.00 
$10,000.00 
$2,000.00 
$8,719.00 
$4,260.00 

$600.00 

$4,523.73 

$1,497.00 

$3,039.00 

$112250.00 

$4,610.00 

$3,000.00 

$3,500.00 

$1,000.00 

$12,000.00 

$2,373.00 

$7,351.00 

$3,000.00 

$6,762.51 

$5,064.70 

$6/225.00 

$32,113.00 

$16,500.00 

$4,321.00 

$11,130.00 

$125.00 
$2,187.00 

$250.00 

$664.50 
$1,500.00 

$400.00 
$4,032.00 
$1,850.00 

$250.00 

$3,175.00 

$19,140.00 

$1,100.00 

$600.00 

$100.00 
$2,370.40 
$8,000.00 
$3,431.00 
$7,435.00 
$3,426.85 
$5,325.00 

$215.00 
$10,978.00 
$6,360.00 
$3,214.00 
$5,176.00 
$1,256.00 
$2,000.00 
$5,000.00 
$3,000.00 
$1,500.00 
$4,400.00 
$3,000.00 
$1,400.00 
$6,167.00 

$100.00 

$6,798.00 

$7,411.00 

$305,861.69 



30 

$2,691.00 

$1,770.00 

$1,000.00 

$1,981.00 

$500.00 

$60.00 

$669.00 

$2,250.00 

$1,302.00 

$5,150.00 

$1,768.00 

$800.00 

$1,650.00 

$400.00 

$5,000.00 

$791.00 

$1,500.00 

$1,400.00 

$500.00 

$1,397.17 

$2,000.00 

$6,060.00 

$5,500.00 

$1,852.00 

$1,500.00 

$125.00 

$1,051.00 

$200.00 

$1,825.00 

$300.00 

$30.00 

$12224.00 

$765.00 

$799.00 

$1,377.00 

$5,889.00 

S350.00 

$1,725.00 

$500.00 

$1,659.28 

$1,675.00 

$686.00 

$325.00 

$1,468.65 

$550.00 

$100.00 

$2,928.00. 

$300.00 

$800.00 

$2,956.00 

$500.00 

$500.00 

$800.00 

$900.00 

$900.00 

$600.00 

$500.00 

$300.00 

$4,651.00 

$115.00 

$2,719.00 

$2,013.00 

$93,597.10 



TME 

$24,505.00 

$35,035.00 

$6,838.00 

$32,413.00 

$6,555.00 

$7,138.00 

$7,664.79 

$10,644.00 

$7,520.00 

$34,558.00 

$9,061.00 

$9,342.00 

$7,352.00 

$4,644.00 

$38,444.00 

$5,446.00 

$23,335.00 

$11,583.00 

$11,234.51 

$10,602.47 

$12,498.00 

$53,263.00 

$40,798.00 

$13,820.00 

$22,463.00 

$1,352.00 

$11,388.00 

$769.00 

$4,923.18 

$2,450.00 

$9,882.00 

$8,311.00 

$3,870.00 

$2,825.00 

$7,392.00 

$37,161.00 

$4,920.00 

$14,479.00 

$12283.00 

$8,149.35 

$23,182.00 

$5,238.00 

$12,167.00 

$6,015.00 

$9,707.00 

$1,121.00 

$18,396.00 

$7,205.00 

$10,961.00 

$10,427.00 

$6,438.00 

$4,582.00 

$13,590.00 

$7,646.00 

$3,527.50 

$11,467.24 

$6,848.00 

$5,357.00 

$15,564.00 

$585.00 

$13,457.00 

$15,261.00 

$774,653.04 



74 



Baptism Info 

3 Baptisms Total 3a Baptisms 0-5 3b Baptisms 6-8 3c Baptisms 9-11 3d Baptisms 12-17 3e Baptisms 18-29 3f Baptisms 30-59 3g Baptisms 60-up 

CONGREGATION 

Ashley's Grove 

Askewville 

Aulander 

Bethany 

Bethel 

Bethlehem 

Brantley's Grove 

Buckhom 

Capeharts 

Cashie 

Center Grove 

Christian Harbor 

Colerain 

Connaritsa 

Conway 

Creech Memorial 

Creeks ville 

Earlys 

Edgewood 

Elam 

Elm Grove 

First Baptist Ahoskie 

Galatia 

Greens Cross 

Harrellsville 

Holly Grove 

Holly Springs 

Hortons 

Jackson 

Kelford 

Lasker 

Lawrence 

Lewiston First 

Margaretts ville 

Mars Hill 

Meherrin 

Menola 

Merry Hill 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Tabor 

Murfreesboro 

New Hope 

Oak Grove 

Pleasant Grove 

Potecasi 

Potter's House 

Powellsville 

Pritchard Road 

Republican 

Rich Square 

Riverside 

Robert's Chapel 

Ross 

Saint John's 

Sandy Run 

Seaboard 

Severn 

Siloam 

Union 

Wakelon 

Winton 

Woodland 

Total: 

75 



3 


3a 


3b 


3c 


3d 


3e 


3f 


3g 


3 











3 











9 








4 


3 


2 
































1 





n 


1 














1 














1 
































2 

















2 





2 











2 











3 











1 


1 


1 





b 





1 








4 








3 








1 





2 








2 











2 



































2 

















2 





S 





1 


1 


2 





4 





























1 

















1 





























2 








1 


1 











2 











1 





1 





























4 








1 


1 





2 





4 








3 


1 











5 














3 


2 





5 








3 


1 


c 


1 





























3 














3 
















































































7 








2 


3 





2 





4 





1 


3 


c 














c 












































4 





1 


1 





2 








9 








5 


3 


1 
































1 

















1 





























1 

















1 





3 








c 


2 


1 








28 





6 


2 


3 


1 


3 


8 


9 








1 


2 


n 


5 


1 


























6 





4 





2 



































2 








1 


1 











4 








3 


1 



































3 








1 


2 



































































































































1 

















1 





















































6 





2 


1 


1 





1 


1 


























5 











5 











1 




















1 


161 





16 


35 


43 


21 


35 


11 



Missions Education 

23 Total WMU Enrollment 23a Ages Birth-5 23b Ages 6-11 23c Ages 12-17 23d Ages 18 up 23e WMU Leadership Team 

24 Total Brotherhood Enrollment 24a Ages 6-11 24b Ages 12-17 24c Ages 18 up 25 Other Missions Education 



CONGREGATION 


23 


23a 


23b 


23c 


23d 


23e 


24 


24a 


24b 


24c 


25 


Ashley's Grove 


74 


3 


6 


2 


55 


8 

















Askewville 


106 


23 


15 


11 


51 


6 


50 


24 


8 


18 





Aulander 


29 





5 


4 


20 





15 








15 





Bethany 


42 


5 


4 


6 


20 


7 


18 


14 


4 








Bethel 


9 








9 


9 





7 








7 





Bethlehem 








9 





9 




















Brantley's Grove 


14 











14 





9 








9 





Buckhom 


1 8 





3 





9 


9 

















Capeharts 


24 











22 


2 

















Cashie 


110 


13 


19 


12 


58 


12 


67 


15 


8 


44 





Center Grove 


29 





4 


8 


19 


7 


16 


6 





10 





Christian Harbor 


IP. 


5 








10 


3 

















Colerain 


17 


i; 


i) 





16 


1 

















Connaritsa 


13 











11 


2 


12 








12 





Conway 


98 


20 


7 





60 


11 


9 














Creech Memorial 


4 





9 





4 




















Creeksville 


15 


7 


9 





5 


3 


8 








8 





Earlys 


54 


8 


8 


11 


21 


6 


3 





1 


2 





Edgewood 


28 


M 


3 


15 


10 





13 


3 


2 


8 





Elam 


12 











11 


1 


18 


2 


2 


14 





Elm Grove 


34 


6 


11 


8 


6 


3 


34 


5 


7 


22 





First Baptist Ahoskie 


192 


12 


24 


40 


102 


14 


10 


9 





1 





Galatia 


94 


7 


24 


1? 


45 


6 


88 


30 


8 


40 





Greens Cross 


22 





7 


2 


19 


2. 


15 





3 


12 





Harrellsville 

















9 














20 


Holly Grove 


9 


9 





(i 


4 


1 

















Holly Springs 



































Hortons 




















9 














Jackson 


24 





9 


9 


24 





13 








13 





Keltord 


8 





9 


9 


6 


2 

















Lasker 


24 





2 


4 


14 


4 


9 


3 





6 





Lawrence 


13 











10 


3 


22 


5 


5 


12 





Lewiston First 


11 











9 


2 


10 








10 





Margarettsville 


8 





i) 





7 


1 

















Mars Hill 


33 


2 


2 


3 


22 


4 


5 





3 


2 





Meherrin 


97 


8 


10 


19 


59 


10 


22 





7 


15 





Menola 


27 


1 


3 


3 


16 


4 


3 


1 


2 








Merry Hill 


40 


5 


9 


3 


29 


4 


10 








10 





Mount Carmel 


5 


i) 








4 


1 

















Mount Tabor 


23 





4 


5 


13 


1 


19 





3 


16 





Murfreesboro 


53 


6 


8 





36 


3 


10 


10 











New Hope 



































Oak Grove 


9 


9 


9 





7 


2 

















Pleasant Grove 





9 





9 








14 








14 





Potecasi 


34 


1 


3 


5 


16 


9 


8 








7 


10 


Porter's House 

















9 

















Powellsville 


11 











11 




















Pritchard Road 


5 











5 





5 








5 





Republican 


10 


9 








8 


2 








6 








Rich Square 



































Riverside 


30 


4 


9 





18 


2 

















Robert's Chapel 


16 


9 








15 


1 


15 








15 





Ross 


29 


1 


3 


8 


12 


5 


19 


4 


4 


11 





Saint John's 


22 


4 


2 


2 


13 


1 


8 


3 





5 





Sandy Run 

















9 

















Seaboard 


20 











18 


2 


25 








25 





Severn 


7 


9 








7 


ll 

















Siloam 


12. 


II 


9 





12 


1 

















Union 


33 


9 


9 


9 


12 


6 


25 


4 


11 


10 





Wakeion 



































Winton 


25 


2 


5 


9 


18 





30 








30 





Woodland 


12 





10 








2 


18 








18 





Total: 


1,703 


143 


211 


183 


986 


174 


673 


138 


78 


446 


30 



76 



Sunday School Info - Enrollment 



15 Total SS Enrollment 15a SS 0-5 1 5b SS 6-1 1 15c SS 12-17 15dSS 1 8-24 1 5e SS 25-34 15fSS 35-54 1 5g SS 55 up 

15h SS General Officers 15i Other Bible Study 16 SS Avg Weekly Attendance 1 7 Non-Cong Members 18 Vacation Bible School 



CONGREGATION 


15 


15a 


15b 


15c 


15d 


15e 


15f 


15g 


15h 


15i 


16 


17 


18 


Ashley's Grove 


175 


7 


13 


15 


18 


8 


8 


39 


3 





73 


20 


48 


Askewville 


275 


33 


33 


40 


21 


36 


39 


29 


6 





201 





150 


Aulander 


110 


4 


12 


12 


3 


2 


27 


10 


3 





67 








Bethany 


86 


11 


20 


9 


3 


2 


12 


8 


2 


1 


61 


19 


57 


Bethel 


46 


6 


5 


5 








10 


13 


7 





30 








Bethlehem 


8 

















3 


5 








6 








Brantley's Grove 


56 


5 


1 


4 


4 


3 


16 


7 


? 





27 





42 


Buckhom 


76 


6 


9 


20 








21 


8 


2 





41 


4 


50 


Capeharts 


88 


3 


7 


10 


7 


5 


28 


12 


4 





64 


12 


64 


Cashie 


222 


18 


25 


26 





10 


10 


70 


4 





100 


20 


150 


Center Grove 


82 


2 


9 


5 


4 


2 


24 


18 


7 





47 


2 


57 


Christian Harbor 


73 


10 


6 


10 


2 


1 


17 


4 


3 





44 





30 


Colerain 


144 


7 


3 


4 


3 


17 


35 


34 


2 





38 


5 


50 


Connaritsa 


40 


3 


1 


1 








2 


10 


2 





23 


4 


49 


Conway 


261 


32 


30 


36 


11 


65 


22 


20 








150 


15 


126 


Creech Memorial 


36 


1 


2 


2 





1 


4 


7 


4 


6 


19 








Creeksville 


82 


3 


10 


3 


7 


9 


25 


12 








53 





45 


Earlys 


98 


6 


12 


14 


9 


9 


22 


15 


2 





67 


7 


48 


Edgewood 


106 


3 


15 


20 


4 


19 


15 


20 


2 





60 


15 


100 


Elam 


72 


9 


7 


13 


1 


14 


3 


23 


2 





44 





15 


Elm Grove 


153 


5 


11 


17 


20 


14 


23 


19 


6 





103 





81 


First Baptist Ahoskie 


388 


11 


24 


40 


24 


10 


84 


41 


5 





205 


9 


37 


Galatia 


423 


45 


49 


43 


39 


68 


71 


34 


8 





166 


22 


168 


Greens Cross 


63 





3 


12 


10 


5 


10 


10 


1 





43 


11 


41 


Harrellsville 


70 


4 


5 


19 








23 


8 


1 





37 





13 


Holly Grove 


19 











1 


2 





1 


3 





9 





5 


Holly Springs 


47 


2 


3 


7 


8 


4 


4 


8 


5 





28 


4 


21 


Hortons 


10 








3 





1 


3 


1 








5 


2 





Jackson 


58 





7 


14 





2 


8 


21 


3 





36 


7 


35 


Kelford 


21 


2 


4 


1 











6 


1 





13 


1 


19 


Lasker 


68 


6 


4 


3 





5 


5 


18 





18 


25 


4 


51 


Lawrence 


61 


10 


5 


7 


2 


3 


9 


4 


5 





41 


11 


62 


Lewiston First 


60 


3 


4 











5 


6 


1 


1 


16 


7 


19 


Margarettsville 


26 





2 


4 


3 





7 











17 








Mars Hill 


86 


5 


12 


6 


6 


5 


13 


13 


4 





60 





38 


Meherrin 


239 


23 


36 


28 


23 


17 


36 


35 


7 





121 





125 


Menola 


43 


2 


3 


5 





1 


5 


5 


1 





26 








Merry Hill 


82 


6 


8 


6 


6 


16 


12 


10 


4 





68 





40 


Mount Carmel 


30 


3 


5 


5 





3 


3 


3 








17 


2 





Mount Tabor 


68 


4 


9 


4 


8 





15 


27 


1 





37 





59 


Murfreesboro 


110 


6 


10 


8 


7 


9 


10 


25 








60 





125 


New Hope 


35 


6 


5 











5 


16 


3 





34 








Oak Grove 


67 


7 


8 


9 


3 


7 


14 


6 


1 





40 








Pleasant Grove 


64 


1 


7 


3 





12 


12 


10 


2 





30 








Potecasi 


109 


4 


16 


8 





12 


18 


11 


2 


10 


46 





52 


Potter's House 


24 


5 


3 


2 


4 





9 


1 








22 








Powellsville 


84 


5 


11 


13 





3 


25 


10 


2 





48 





58 


Pritchard Road 


40 


6 


8 


6 





2 


10 


7 








25 


5 





Republican 


27 














3 


2 


6 


4 





23 


1 





Rich Square 


96 


9 


16 


9 








13 


17 


4 





67 


4 


43 


Riverside 


99 


9 


11 


14 


6 


5 


20 


11 


3 





54 





36 


Robert's Chapel 


55 


3 


5 


5 


3 


4 


11 





3 





35 





6 


Ross 


121 


9 


8 


19 


5 


19 


20 


15 


1 





86 





70 


Saint John's 


55 


4 


5 


3 


2 


6 


21 


11 


3 





35 








Sandy Run 


74 


3 


2 


12 


2 


10 


24 


21 








45 


4 


23 


Seaboard 


63 


4 


4 


3 


5 





12 


11 


1 





39 


10 


50 


Severn 


74 


8 


13 


5 


3 


5 


16 


4 








42 


10 


35 


Siloam 


55 


3 


8 





2 





19 





1 





40 





50 


Union 


150 


10 


11 


24 


8 


16 


32 


13 


4 





78 


10 


60 


Wakelon 


8 











1 








6 


1 





4 








Winton 


96 


8 


6 


9 


2 


10 


10 


23 


4 





50 


10 


35 


Woodland 


103 


7 


7 


17 


1 


12 


14 


20 


2 





56 


12 


54 


Total: 


5,760 


417 


578 


642 


301 


494 


996 


878 


154 


36 


3,247 


269 


2,592 



77 



Discipleship Training Info 

19 Total Ongoing Discipleship Training 19a Ongoing Preschool 8-5 19b Ongoing Child 6-11 19c Ongoing Youth 12-17 19d Ongoing Adult 18-up 
19e DT Gen. Officers 20 Total Short-Term DT 20a Short-Term Preschool 20b Short-Term Children 20c Short-Term Youth 
20d Short-Term Adults - Gen. Officers DTEN (19+20) Total DT Enrollment/Participation 



CONGREGATION 


19 


19a 


19b 


19c 


19d 


19e 


20 


20a 


20b 


20c 


20d 


DTEN 


Ashley's Grove 


12 











12 




















12 


Askewville 


1 06 


10 


22 


17 


54 


3 


3b 





11 


3 


21 


141 


Aulander 


21 


3 





8 


10 





.0 














21 


Bethany 


25 











24 


1 


28 











28 


53 


Bethel 


Ci 



































Bethlehem 






































Brantley's Grove 






































Buckhorn 




















15 











15 


15 


Capeharts 























G 














Cashie 






































Center Grove 






































Christian Harbor 






































Colerain 






































Connaritsa 






































Conway 




















20 











20 


20 


Creech Memorial 


16 











14 


2 

















16 


Creeks ville 






































Earlys 






































Edgewood 






































Elam 






































Elm Grove 


56 





12 


13 


29 


2 

















56 


First Baptist Ahoskie 




















25 











25 


25 


Galatia 


96 


5 


19 


33 


36 


3 


19 





6 


7 


6 


115 


Greens Cross 


20 


2 


1 





15 


2 

















20 


Harrellsville 


30 








10 


28 


1 


8 











8 


47 


Holly Grove 











Q 


























Holly Springs 






































Hortons 






































Jackson 


16 





7 


9 























16 


Kelford 






































Lasker 






































Lawrence 






































Lewiston First 






































Margarettsville 


1) 



































Mars Hill 






































Meherrin 






































Menola 


G 



































Merry Hill 


u 



































Mount Carmel 






































Mount Tabor 






































Murfreesboro 






































New Hope 






































Oak Grove 





n 
































Pleasant Grove 






































Potecasi 


(1 











(3 























Potter's House 






































Powellsville 






































Pritchard Road 






































Republican 






































Rich Square 






































Riverside 






































Robert's Chapel 






































Ross 






































Saint John's 






































Sandy Run 




















12 








10 


2 


12 


Seaboard 


14 











13 


1 

















14 


Severn 


13 











12 


1 


7 











7 


20 


Siloam 






































Union 


43 


6 


2 


8 


25 


2 


15 








15 





58 


Wakelon 






































Winton 


25 











24 


1 

















25 


Woodland 




















20 











20 


20 


Total: 


502 


26 


63 


98 


296 


19 


204 





17 


35 


152 


706 



Music Ministry Info 

21 Total Music Ministry Enrollment 21a Preschool 3-5 21b Children 6-11 21c Youth 12-17 21 d Adult Choir 18-up 21e Other Music Groups 



CONGREGATION 


21 


21a 


21b 


21c 


21 d 


21e 


Ashley's Grove 


25 











25 





Askewville 


56 


15 


10 





19 


12 


Aulander 


22 





10 





12 





Bethany 


32 





18 





14 





Bethel 


10 











10 





Bethlehem 




















Brantley's Grove 


12 











12 





Buckhorn 


29 





1 


2 


17 


9 


Capeharts 


22 











22 





Cashie 


84 


13 


22 


14 


35 





Center Grove 


25 





9 





16 





Christian Harbor 


15 











15 





Colerain 


25 


2 


5 


3 


15 





Connaritsa 


10 











10 





Conway 


47 





9 





27 


11 


Creech Memorial 


12 











12 





Creeksville 


15 











15 





Earlys 


18 








1 


17 





Edgewood 


21 





5 


5 


10 


1 


Elam 


22 








10 


12 





Elm Grove 


31 


5 


10 


1 


15 





First Baptist Ahoskie 


175 


12 


47 


40 


73 


3 


Galatia 


110 


8 


40 


10 


40 


12 


Greens Cross 


11 











11 





Harrellsville 


23 








5 


18 





Holly Grove 


7 











7 





Holly Springs 




















Hortons 




















Jackson 


28 


1 


2 


9 


16 





Kelford 


7 











7 





Lasker 


16 





4 


2 


10 





Lawrence 


34 


6 


7 


8 


13 





Lewiston First 


10 











10 





Margarettsville 


10 











10 





Mars Hill 


27 





2 


2 


13 


10 


Meherrin 


26 











26 





Menola 


12 











12 





Merry Hill 


27 








5 


22 





Mount Carmel 


8 














8 


Mount Tabor 


11 











11 





Murfreesboro 


30 





8 





16 


6 


New Hope 


12 











12 





Oak Grove 


14 











14 





Pleasant Grove 


15 











15 





Potecasi 


29 


3 


8 


6 


12 





Potter's House 




















Powellsville 


11 











11 





Pritchard Road 


15 








1 


10 


4 


Republican 


14 











14 





Rich Square 


30 





7 


6 


17 





Riverside 


25 


5 








18 


2 


Robert's Chapel 


18 





8 





10 





Ross 


18 








1 


17 





Saint John's 


13 











18 





Sandy Run 


24 











24 





Seaboard 


12 











12 





Severn 


36 


5 


12 


3 


12 


4 


Siloam 


16 











16 





Union 


46 


5 


8 


8 


20 


5 


Wakelon 




















Winton 


15 











15 





Woodland 


18 








2 


13 


3 


Total: 


1,491 


80 


252 


144 


925 


90 



79 



Financial • General 

26 Undesignated Gifts 27 Designated Gifts 28 Other Receipts TRE Total Receipts (26+27*28) 36 Value Cong Property 37 Cong Debt 



CONGREGATION 


26 


27 


28 


TRE 


36 


37 


Ashley's Grove 


$76,875.00 


$12,191 00 


$1,900.00 


$90,966 00 


$670,000 00 


$0.00 


Askewville 


$134,673.00 


$48,835.00 


$3,242.00 


$186,750.00 


$900,000 00 


$0.00 


Aulander 


$117,243.00 


$1,600.00 


$0.00 


$118,843.00 


$1,540,000.00 


$0.00 


Bethany 


$79,231.00 


$34,793.00 


$2,750.00 


$116,774 00 


$525,000 00 


$0.00 


Bethel 


$41,492.00 


$9,607 00 


$4,056.00 


$55,155 00 


$300,000.00 


$0.00 


Bethlehem 


$0.00 


$1,743.00 


$3,463.00 


$5,206.00 


$125,000.00 


$000 


Brantley's Grove 


$1,226.00 


$1,777 00 


$0.00 


$3,003.00 


$175,000.00 


$0 00 


Buckhorn 


$49,687.00 


$9,785 00 


$403.00 


$59,87500 


$500,000.00 


$0.00 


Capeharts 


$43,413.00 


$80,299.00 


$1,400.00 


$125,112.00 


$600,000.00 


$000 


Cashie 


$195,416.00 


$81,154.00 


$120,955.00 


$397,525.00 


$1,891,400 00 


$0.00 


Center Grove 


$60,514.00 


$14,350.00 


$1,276.00 


$76,140.00 


$621,169.00 


$0.00 


Christian Harbor 


$62,668.00 


$19,731.00 


$0.00 


$82,399.00 


$245,00000 


$0.00 


Colerain 


$66,339.00 


$6,553.00 


$2,466.00 


$75,358.00 


$950,000.00 


$000 


Connaritsa 


$36,324.00 


$4,790.00 


$32,000.00 


$73,114.00 


$225,000.00 


$0.00 


Conway 


$172,535.00 


$52,490.00 


$2,093.00 


$227,118.00 


$1,900,000.00 


$000 


Creech Memorial 


$39,371.00 


$2,695.00 


$376.00 


$42,44200 


$977,120.00 


$0.00 


Creeksville 


$69,959.00 


$22,977.00 


$6,088.00 


$99,024.00 


$786,000.00 


$0.00 


Earlys 


$56,096 00 


$7,263.00 


$110.00 


$63,469.00 


$300,000 00 


$0.00 


Edgewood 


$79,195.28 


$8,742.13 


$47.86 


$87,985.27 


$500,000.00 


$186,657.00 


Elam 


$50,646.98 


$1,211.00 


$8,598.00 


$60,455.98 


$250,000 00 


$0 00 


Elm Grove 


$70,151.00 


$32,134.00 


$0.00 


$102,285 00 


$367,000.00 


$0.00 


First Baptist Ahoskie 


$391,321.00 


$106,71900 


$5,417.00 


$503,457.00 


$2,789,200.00 


$0.00 


Galatia 


$204,472.00 


$29,131.00 


$1,881.00 


$235,484 00 


$1,472,000 00 


$0.00 


Greens Cross 


$57,047.00 


$13,27600 


$1,778.00 


$72,101.00 


$608,221.00 


$0.00 


Harrellsville 


$59,673.00 


$5,106.00 


$18,087.00 


$82,866 00 


$465,000.00 


$0.00 


Holly Grove 


$4,87800 


$1,102.00 


$0.00 


$5,980.00 


$75,000.00 


$0.00 


Holly Springs 


$32,455.00 


$8,700.00 


$0.00 


$41,15500 


$100,000 00 


$0 00 


Hortons 


$4,524.00 


$319.00 


$45.00 


$4,888.00 


$75,000.00 


$0.00 


Jackson 


$58,367.19 


$17,679.00 


$2,389.00 


$78,435.19 


$1,055,000.00 


$0.00 


Kelford 


$20,500.00 


$3,300.00 


$5,000.00 


$28,800.00 


$530,000.00 


$0.00 


Lasker 


$33,118.00 


$9,232.00 


$0.00 


$42,350.00 


$440,000.00 


$0.00 


Lawrence 


$45,738.00 


$9,495.00 


$0.00 


$55,233.00 


$265,500.00 


$0.00 


Lewiston First 


$42,900.00 


$1,178.00 


$1,491.00 


$45,569.00 


$700,000.00 


$0.00 


Margarettsville 


$15,326 00 


$18,511.00 


$0.00 


$33,837.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


Mars Hill 


$61,104.00 


$3,837.00 


$14,890.00 


$79,831.00 


$627,000.00 


$0.00 


Meherrin 


$147,271.00 


$48,876.00 


$812.00 


$196,959.00 


$850,000.00 


$0 00 


Menola 


$19,032.00 


$6,114.00 


$1,587.00 


$26,733.00 


$190,000.00 


$0.00 


Merry Hill 


$86,392 00 


$9,854.00 


$0.00 


$96,246.00 


$310,000 00 


$0 00 


Mount Carmel 


$15,909.00 


$1,683.00 


$0.00 


$17,592 00 


$125,000 00 


$0.00 


Mount Tabor 


$50,062.04 


$31,365 29 


$2,255.60 


$83,68293 


$395,000.00 


$0.00 


Murfreesboro 


$179,412.00 


$104,508.00 


$1,181.00 


$285,101 00 


$1,800,000.00 


$214,000.00 


New Hope 


$69,250 00 


$000 


$0.00 


$69,250.00 


$450,000.00 


$235,000 00 


Oak Grove 


$78,443.00 


$2,758.00 


$0.00 


$81,201.00 


$200,000.00 


$0.00 


Pleasant Grove 


$40,160.84 


$81000 


$0.00 


$40,970.84 


$80,000.00 


$000 


Potecasi 


$62,980.00 


$4,961.00 


$5,350.00 


$73,291.00 


$500,000.00 


$000 


Potter's House 


$40,600.00 


$2,200.00 


$0.00 


$42,800.00 


$240,000.00 


$120,000 00 


Powellsville 


$73,332.00 


$9,330.00 


$3,687.00 


$86,349.00 


$800,000.00 


$0.00 


Pritchard Road 


$29,540.00 


$2,732.00 


$5,000.00 


$37,272 00 


$200,000.00 


$100,000 00 


Republican 


$34,538 00 


$5,668.00 


$0.00 


$40,206.00 


$150,000.00 


$000 


Rich Square 


$80,870.00 


$7,020.00 


$0.00 


$87,890.00 


$850,000 00 


$0.00 


Riverside 


$47,923 00 


$7,654.00 


$0.00 


$55,577.00 


$480,000.00 


$0 00 


Robert's Chapel 


$50,105.00 


$15,792 00 


$64.00 


$65,961.00 


$600,000.00 


$0.00 


Ross 


$81,927.00 


$11,434.00 


$4,250.00 


$97,611.00 


$546,000.00 


$0 00 


Saint John's 


$59,743.00 


$5,03500 


$35.00 


$64,813.00 


$265,900.00 


$0.00 


Sandy Run 


$42,252.57 


$9,485.63 


$2,262.79 


$54,000.99 


$648,500.00 


$000 


Seaboard 


$59,718.07 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$59,718.07 


$282,500.00 


$0.00 


Severn 


$46,000 00 


$3,000.00 


$000 


$49,000 00 


$450,000.00 


$000 


Siloam 


$60,000 00 


$4,115.00 


$000 


$64,115.00 


$350,000.00 


$0 00 


Union 


$97,943.00 


$9,495.00 


$0.00 


$107,438 00 


$650,000.00 


$0 00 


Wakelon 


$4,76900 


$148.00 


$0.00 


$4,917.00 


$85,600.00 


$0.00 


Winton 


$91,524.00 


$17,470.00 


$56,107.00 


$165,101.00 


$1,000,000.00 


$105,000.00 


Woodland 


$0.00 


$84,064.00 


$0.00 


$84,064.00 


$269,500.00 


$0 00 


Total 


$4,184,174.97 


$1,087,877.05 


$324,793.25 


$5,596,845.27 


$41,563,360.00 


$960,657.00 



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Financial - Missions 

29 Cooperative Programs 30 Assoc. Missions 31 State Missions 32 Annie Armstrong 33 Lottie Moon 
34 Other SBC Miss. Exp. 35 Non-SBC Miss. Exp. TME Total Mission Expenditures (29-35) 



CONGREGATION 


29 


30 


31 


32 


33 


34 


35 


TME 


Ashley's Grove 


$7,686.00 


$2,691.00 


$686.00 


$836.00 


$2,865.00 


$1,208.00 


$8,533.00 


$24,505.00 


Askewville 


$10,000.00 


$1,770.00 


$1,122.00 


$4,552.00 


$8,618.00 


$6,218.00 


$2,755.00 


$35,035.00 


Aulander 


$2,000.00 


$1,000.00 


$30.00 


$848.00 


$2,385.00 


$575.00 


$0.00 


$6,838.00 


Bethany 


$8,719.00 


$1,981.00 


$859.00 


$2,101.00 


$10,250.00 


$4,790 00 


$3,713.00 


$32,41300 


Bethel 


$4,260.00 


$500.00 


$150.00 


$527.00 


$1,118.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$6,555 00 


Bethlehem 


$600.00 


$60.00 


$100.00 


$100.00 


$165.00 


$0.00 


$6,113.00 


$7,138.00 


Brantley's Grove 


$4,523.73 


$66900 


$245.14 


$472.00 


$1,304.92 


$450.00 


$0.00 


$7,66479 


Buckhorn 


$1,497.00 


$2,250 00 


$371.00 


$848.00 


$1,309.00 


$4,209.00 


$160.00 


$10,644.00 


Capeharts 


$3,039.00 


$1,302.00 


$361.00 


$640.00 


$975.00 


$0.00 


$1,203.00 


$7,520 00 


Cashie 


$11,250.00 


$5,150.00 


$1,102.00 


$2,658.00 


$2,869.00 


$4,779.00 


$6,750.00 


$34,558.00 


Center Grove 


$4,610.00 


$1,768.00 


$277.00 


$1,033.00 


$1,373.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$9,061 00 


Christian Harbor 


$3,000.00 


$800.00 


$722.00 


$1,333.00 


$1,439.00 


$1,565.00 


$483.00 


$9,342.00 


Colerain 


$3,500.00 


$1,650.00 


$155.00 


$305.00 


$270.00 


$574.00 


$898.00 


$7,352.00 


Connaritsa 


$1,000.00 


$400.00 


$670.00 


$67500 


$789.00 


$850.00 


$260.00 


$4,644.00 


Conway 


$12,000.00 


$5,000.00 


$6,184.00 


$4,425.00 


$5,861.00 


$4,974.00 


$0.00 


$38,444.00 


Creech Memorial 


$2,373.00 


$791.00 


$583.00 


$311.00 


$602.00 


$786.00 


$0.00 


$5,446.00 


Creeks ville 


$7,351.00 


$1,500.00 


$1,172.00 


$1,875.00 


$1,567.00 


$5,275.00 


$4,595.00 


$23,335.00 


Earlys 


$3,000.00 


$1,400.00 


$1,584.00 


$1,100.00 


$1,460.00 


$1,816.00 


$1,223.00 


$11,583.00 


Edgewood 


$6,762.51 


$500.00 


$26500 


$504.00 


$1,705.00 


$1,498.00 


$000 


$11,234 51 


Elam 


$5,064.70 


$1,397.17 


$411.60 


$629.50 


$674.50 


$1,985.00 


$440.00 


$10,60247 


Elm Grove 


$6,225.00 


$2,000.00 


$488.00 


$1,225.00 


$1,800.00 


$760.00 


$0.00 


$12,498.00 


First Baptist Ahoskie 


$32,113.00 


$6,060.00 


$5,393.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$9,697.00 


$53,263.00 


Galatia 


$16,500.00 


$5,500.00 


$650.00 


$4,076.00 


$4,577.00 


$8,520 00 


$975.00 


$40,798.00 


Greens Cross 


$4,321.00 


$1,852.00 


$320.00 


$593.00 


$1,334.00 


$769.00 


$4,631.00 


$13,820.00 


Harrellsville 


$11,130.00 


$1,500.00 


$1,944.00 


$2,136 00 


$2,652.00 


$2,601.00 


$500.00 


$22,463.00 


Holly Grove 


$125.00 


$125.00 


$120.00 


$21000 


$255.00 


$417.00 


$100.00 


$1,352.00 


Holly Springs 


$2,187.00 


$1,051.00 


$650.00 


$1,200.00 


$1,500.00 


$1,150.00 


$3,650.00 


$11,388 00 


Hortons 


$250.00 


$200.00 


$52.00 


$100.00 


$120.00 


$47.00 


$0.00 


$769.00 


Jackson 


$664.50 


$1,825.00 


$530.00 


$552.00 


$1,351.68 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$4,923.18 


Kelford 


$1,500.00 


$300.00 


$50.00 


$300 00 


$300.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$2,450.00 


Lasker 


$400.00 


$30.00 


$402.00 


$100 00 


$430.00 


$250.00 


$8,270.00 


$9,882.00 


Lawrence 


$4,032.00 


$1,224 00 


$205 00 


$62500 


$750.00 


$0.00 


$1,475.00 


$8,311.00 


Lewiston First 


$1,850.00 


$765.00 


$275.00 


$320.00 


$660.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$3,870.00 


Uargaretts ville 


$250.00 


$799.00 


$169.00 


$362.00 


$197 00 


$120.00 


$928.00 


$2,825.00 


Mars Hill 


$3,175.00 


$1,377.00 


$706.00 


$659.00 


$875.00 


$600.00 


$0.00 


$7,392.00 


Meherrin 


$19,140.00 


$5,889.00 


$1,614.00 


$3,063.00 


$3,933.00 


$149.00 


$3,373.00 


$37,161.00 


Menola 


$1,100.00 


$350 00 


$179.00 


$312.00 


$410.00 


$1,294.00 


$1,275.00 


$4,920 00 


Merry Hill 


$600.00 


$1,725.00 


$1,343.00 


$1,774.00 


$2,166.00 


$3,034.00 


$3,837.00 


$14,479.00 


Mount Carmel 


$100.00 


$500.00 


$100.00 


$100.00 


$150.00 


$333.00 


$0.00 


$1,283.00 


Mount Tabor 


$2,370.40 


$1,659.28 


$297.00 


$754.40 


$1,317.00 


$1,195.27 


$556.00 


$8,149.35 


Murfreesboro 


$8,000.00 


$1,675.00 


$745 00 


$25.00 


$570.00 


$6,769.00 


$5,398.00 


$23,182.00 


New Hope 


$3,431.00 


$686.00 


$60.00 


$500.00 


$561.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$5,238.00 


Oak Grove 


$7,435.00 


$325.00 


$197.00 


$694.00 


$660.00 


$1,497.00 


$1,359.00 


$12,167.00 


Pleasant Grove 


$3,426.85 


$1,468.65 


$37.00 


$22257 


$449.50 


$410.43 


$0.00 


$6,015.00 


Potecasi 


$5,325.00 


$550.00 


$543.00 


$473.00 


$474.00 


$1,210.00 


$1,132.00 


$9,707.00 


Potter's House 


$215.00 


$100.00 


$420.00 


$20200 


$184.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$1,121.00 


Powellsville 


$10,978.00 


$2,928.00 


$97.00 


$1,043.00 


$1,612.00 


$1,738.00 


$0.00 


$18,396.00 


Pritchard Road 


$6,360.00 


$30000 


$545.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$7,205.00 


Republican 


$3,214.00 


$800.00 


$2,628.00 


$1,397.00 


$1,642.00 


$0.00 


$1,280.00 


$10,961.00 


Rich Square 


$5,176.00 


$2,956.00 


$250.00 


$815.00 


$1,230.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$10,427.00 


Riverside 


$1,256.00 


$500.00 


$345.00 


$847.00 


$1,300.00 


$533.00 


$1,657.00 


$6,438.00 


Robert's Chapel 


$2,000.00 


$500.00 


$480.00 


$50.00 


$110.00 


$1,006.00 


$436.00 


$4,582.00 


Ross 


$5,000.00 


$800 00 


$1,565.00 


$1,234.00 


$3,209.00 


$1,167.00 


$615.00 


$13,590.00 


Saint John's 


$3,000.00 


$900.00 


$115.00 


$339.00 


$867.00 


$325.00 


$2,100.00 


$7,646.00 


Sandy Run 


$1,500.00 


$900 00 


$155.00 


$120.00 


$245.00 


$607.50 


$0.00 


$3,527.50 


Seaboard 


$4,400.00 


$600.00 


$2,034.90 


$1,845 34 


$2,002.00 


$48500 


$100.00 


$11,467.24 


Severn 


$3,000.00 


$500.00 


$350.00 


$725.00 


$2,273.00 


$0.00 


$0.00 


$6,848.00 


Siloam 


$1,400.00 


$300.00 


$800.00 


$910.00 


$1,405 00 


$492.00 


$50.00 


$5,357.00 


Union 


$6,167.00 


$4,651.00 


$3,104.00 


$915.00 


$300.00 


$427.00 


$0.00 


$15,564.00 


Wakelon 


$100.00 


$115.00 


$50.00 


$50.00 


$145.00 


$75.00 


$50.00 


$585.00 


Winton 


$6,798.00 


$2,719.00 


$1,482.00 


$56500 


$915.00 


$400.00 


$578.00 


$13,457.00 


Woodland 


$7,411.00 


$2,013.00 


$1,750.00 


$1,292 00 


$1,346.00 


$0.00 


$1,449.00 


$15,261 00 


Total 


$305,861.69 


$93,597.10 


$50,289.64 


$58,497.81 


$93,876.60 


$79,933.20 


$92,597.00 


$774,653.04 



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